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  • HISTORY 1956-1988
    • 1956 Formed in the UK with the concept: “DIY kit for life”
    • 1966 Award Programmes in 16 countries
    • 1988 The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award International Association formed, Award Programmes in over 40 countries
  • THE INTERNATIONAL AWARD
    • We are about discovery, enterprise and achievement, offering a Programme of individual challenge to all young people to encourage: personal discovery, spirit of adventure, self-reliance,perseverance, self-fulfilment and service to the community.
  • INTERNATIONAL AWARD TODAY
    • 60 National Award Authority members
    • Presence in over 90 countries
    • Nearly 200,000 entrants each year
    • Over 4 million participants to date
    • World Fellowship endowment fund
    All supported through the International Secretariat in London
    • The Young Canadians Challenge
    • Le Mérite International de la Jeunesse (Francophone Africa)
    • The Crown Prince Award (Jordan)
    • The Presidents Award (South Africa)
    • The Congressional Award (USA)
    • The Kokosai Award (Japan)
    • The Hong Kong Award for Young People
    • The National Youth Achievement Award (Singapore)
    • The Adikarsa Nugraha Cestita (Indonesia)
    • The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (Australia)
  • OUR MISSION
    • PROMOTE the Award to young people
    • PROVIDE the Programme worldwide through appropriate organisations to as many young people as possible
    • PRESERVE the quality of the experience
  • FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES
    • Improvement of individuals by ability
    • Encourage perseverance and achievement
    • Non-competitive
    • Participation is voluntary
    • Freedom of choice
    • Relevant to the changing needs of young people
    • No discrimination - open to all
  • OPERATIONAL PRINCIPLES
    • Age range: 14-25 years
    • Balanced Programme of 4 sections
    • Three levels
      • Bronze 6+ months (age: 14+)
      • Silver 12+ months (age: 15+)
      • Gold 18+ months (age: 16+)
  • PROGRAMME SECTIONS
    • Service
    • Expeditions
    • Skills
    • Physical Recreation
    • Residential Project (Gold level)
  • SERVICE SECTION
    • To encourage a sense of responsibility to the community
    • Youth at risk
    ISSUES Health Education AIDS Leprosy Malaria Drug Awareness Environmental Projects Young Offenders Youth Enterprise EMPOWERMENT OF YOUNG PEOPLE DISABILITY
  • EXPEDITIONS SECTION
    • To cultivate a spirit of adventure, discovery and teamwork with an understanding of the environment
  • SKILLS SECTION
    • To encourage the development of cultural, vocational or practical skills
  • PHYSICAL RECREATION SECTION
    • To encourage improved performance and enjoyment of physical activity
  • RECOGNITION
  • THE ROYAL CONNECTION
    • HRH The Duke of Edinburgh KGKT Founder, Chairman of the International Trustees & Forum
    • HRH The Prince Edward CVO International Trustee, Chairman of the International Council
    • HRH Princess Rahma International Trustee
  • ADULT INVOLVEMENT
  • SECRETS OF OUR SUCCESS
    • Available to all and non political
    • National Programmes
    • Non-competitive
    • Voluntary participation
    • Flexible and adaptable
    • A balanced Programme
  • ENJOYABLE AND FUN
  • WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY?
    • “ Le Mérite has changed my life for the better. I learnt about myself, the problems of my community and about life in general ”
    Olivier Kouassi Côte d’Ivoire
  • WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY?
    • “ Before participating in the Award I never in all my wildest dreams thought I would be capable of handling such challenges. It is an experience which I will treasure for the rest of my life”
    Young Offender Hong Kong
  • WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY?
    • ” The Award for me as a disabled person made me feel as good as an ‘able’ person. I now feel that I can participate in anything just as much as anybody else”
    Carol Brill Republic of Ireland
  • WHAT DO PARTICIPANTS SAY?
    • “ I had many challenges to overcome in earning the Award but I had a lot of fun along the way”
    Jonas Melin Canada