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In memory of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

The Duke of Edinburgh's International Award

Celebrating the life of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, KG, KT

An inspirational and committed champion of young people worldwide

In our newsletter on 25th March, we wrote about The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, and our students who had recently completed their Silver Award.  At NAISAK, we are very proud to offer this programme and of the incredible value it adds to the student experience.

Last week, we were saddened to hear of the passing of the Duke of Edinburgh on 9th April.

In a recent Press Release, John May, Secretary General of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation says:

‘The International Award family mourns the loss of our inspirational Founder. Prince Philip’s belief in the infinite potential of young people, coupled with his championing of non-formal education and learning, positioned him as a leader and thinker of truly global stature.

Through the personal leadership and involvement of Prince Philip, the Award that bears his name has transformed the lives of millions of young people since it started in 1956 and has impacted countless more in local communities. As young people face exceptional challenge and change in the wake of the current pandemic, this “do-it-yourself growing-up kit”, as he described it, is even more relevant today than ever.

His Royal Highness’s passion for, and commitment to, the work of the Award and the development of young people continued until the last. His determination, energy and enthusiasm will be greatly missed.’

John May, Secretary General of The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Foundation

To read the full Press Release, please refer to the link below. 

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