Alex Holmes is an example of how we can all stand up to bullying and make the world a kinder and happier place. From his experiences of being bullied to visits to Buckingham Palace, he delivers compelling and emotive keynote speeches, interactive workshops and presentations to all ages. He builds his speeches on his experiences. These include discrimination, working with global tech companies on safety and leadership and activism within the charity sector.
About Alex Holmes
Alex Holmes created a national movement against bullying and discrimination at age just 16 and now works with some of the biggest corporates and individuals in the world to further his mission. He was named on the Independent on Sunday’s Happy List as one of the ‘100 people who make Britain a happier place to live’ and has a keen interest on barriers to children’s happiness and wellbeing.
Alex is Deputy CEO at non-profit The Diana Award, which is a legacy to Princess Diana’s belief that young people have the power to change the world. He is founder of peer to peer support programme Anti-Bullying Ambassadors, a network of trained young people dedicated to preventing peer on peer violence and bullying particularly in schools. This is a programme Alex founded when aged 16, after experiencing bullying himself. The programme has trained over 35,000 young people across UK, Ireland, Greece, Miami (United States) empowering young people to keep themselves and their peers safe and happy, in 4,000 schools.
Alex sits on the global safety advisory boards of a number of the major social media and tech companies advising them on their approach to safety and online harms. He’s a regular expert on ITV This Morning, CBBC Newsround and a trusted government advisor.
- How to stay safe online
- What you can do to keep your work place bullying free
- What is racism?
- What is bullying?
- How I went from bullied to Queen’s Young Leader
- How to make sure your school is bully free
- How to help a friend being bullied
- How to be a kind leader
- My bullying story: racism and homophobia
- Teen Speakers
- Teacher CPD
- Mental Health
- Online Safety
- Homophobic, biphobic and transophobic bullying
- Work place culture
- Cyber bullying
- Student leadership