Prince Harry lashes out at ‘world consumed by conflict and anger’ in furious tirade
The Duke of Sussex told young people they could “create positive change” as he hailed
the recipients of the Diana Award, set up in honour of his late mother. The Diana Award
was established to promote her belief that young people have the ability to change the world for the better.
He said: “We know that our young people face unique challenges to their mental health
and wellbeing, increasing social and economic barriers, and a world consumed by disagreement, conflict and anger.
But we need to listen to you and we need to empower you, because you are our only way out of the mess.”
The Duke launched the virtual award by telling young people they were
“changemakers” who could keep the Princess of Wales’ voice “alive”.
Prince William, who also attended the event, lavished praise on the 180 youngsters from around the world.