Young people and celebrities have come together at a conference in Canary Wharf to try and find new ways to tackle bullying.
Jodie Marsh and dance duo Twist and Pulse are among those taking part.
Martin Stew was there and also spoke to Anti-bullying Ambassador Georgeluca Lopez Nunn.
Diana Award Ambassadors Twist and Pulse, Ashley Glazebrook and Glen Murphy, are running two dance workshops with 80 Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The dance duo are performing their dance routine as part of the event.
Ashley and Glen said they are "proud Ambassadors of the Diana Award" and hope their dance workshops with young people "can help increase their confidence".
They added: "The Diana Award National Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Conference is a fantastic event that empowers young people to come together and stand up to bullies".
Jodie Marsh said: "The Diana Award National Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Conference is a great event that brings hundreds of young people together to stop bullying. I wish there was an anti-bullying programme that was available to me when I was younger."
To launch National Anti-Bullying Week this week, Jodie Marsh, street dance duo Twist and Pulse and other famous faces will lead panel debates and creative workshops at the Diana Award National Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Conference today at the International Hotel in Canary Wharf, London.
Over 300 young Anti-Bullying Ambassadors from across the UK will come together to take part in an interactive day designed to get young people to creatively explore bullying issues and scenarios.
Jodie Marsh shared her experience of bullying earlier on Channel 5's documentary Jodie Marsh: Bullied My Secret Past.
During today's panel debate Jodie will answer questions from young Anti-Bullying Ambassadors about bullying.