The Award during COVID-19


The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way we go about our daily lives, but your Award doesn't have to stop. In fact, there’s even more reason to get involved and plenty of ways to do so safely. Read on to find out about how to continue the Award at this time, including updates, case studies and other resources.

The Isolation 100 For Kids

Monica Murray is an Emerging Leader for the Africa Region on the International Council. As an Award holder, ...

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Finding new forms of communication

Bronze Award participant, Naomi, chose to learn sign language for the Voluntary Service section of her ...

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Keep mentoring alive in a virtual world

Youth organisations join forces to keep mentoring alive in a virtual world. Download our e-mentoring ...

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Our Message to European Institutions

We are living in extraordinary times: never before have we faced a global pandemic in a globalized world. ...

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Learning to pivot

Seventeen year old Esther from Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia, discusses making home awareness videos to help ...

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Finding the positive in challenging times

Lockdown hasn't stopped this innovative Australian Award participant from changing her activities so ...

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An 18 year old Bulgarian Award participant has created a handbook full of fantastic ideas for other Award ...

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Creating awareness of emerging issues

Jane is a silver Award participant studying Art at Egerton University in Nairobi, Kenya. She is working ...

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Holistic learning during COVID-19

Cambridge International and The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award are increasing their partnership ...

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