The peer pressure to carry a knife is not worth a life.
Lucinda wants young people to be aware of the responsibilities of driving.
I want people to embrace their scars and love their bodies.
Sam Barakat wants to change the way that CAMHS services are accessed.
Scottish teenagers are calling for schools to promote cultural inclusion.
Ben Dalton is campaigning for legislation to be imposed to limit the age of coach tyres.
Cassy's message to drivers is a phone call is not worth a life.
Georgia explains what it's like living with a mental health condition.
Fixers from across the South East congregated to have a serious talk about social mobility
A group of students are raising awareness about manipulative behaviours.
Hannah wants to educate people on the dangers of eating disorders.
Knife crime is the top concern for young people, so we've made a film about the...
I have developed an acronym to help drivers stay safe on the roads.
I want people to accept their scars and flaunt their flaws.
Jessica wants to spread the message that drink driving is for losers.
I was bullied because of my Autism. Now I want to raise awareness of the condition.
I want it to be easier for young people to access CAMHS
I want to help impose age limits on tyres fitted to buses and coaches
Sharing problems makes you realise you're not alone.
I want people to understand what OCD is and that it isn't something to be afraid of.
I want people to realise a life is more important than a phone call.
I want people to start talking about their mental health issues.
A campaign to encourage positive body image.
A campaign to raise awareness about manipulative behaviours.
A campaign to help people deal with life after terror
I want people to understand the consequences of unsafe driving, even for a second.
A campaign to encourage better road safety.
To raise awareness about the benefits of peer support.
I want young actors to be careful when responding to online adverts.
I want to encourage people to speak out about bullying
Jessie wants young people to understand what it's like to live with a stammer.
I want to support the partners of people in prison and help them better understand...
Sophie is campaigning to raise awareness about invisible illnesses.
Liam wants young people to follow their ambitions despite the challenges.
Hafsa wants women to pursue their dreams without prejudice.
To raise awareness about dermatillomania.
Tilly and Bella want to show life in a women's refuge can be a positive experience.
Sophie wants to help other young carers through support groups.
Millie wants women to be inspired to follow their ambitions.
Cameron wants to help people understand that Dyspraxia is.
Dealing with bereavement
Ending the cycle of abuse.
The impact of FGM.
Nicole Sneddon (23) from Grangemouth, Stirlingshire shows young people the reality and responsibilities of being a young parent in this Fixers film.
Standing up for gender equality.
Showing the benefits of pole fitness.
A film raising awareness about Tourette's.
A film which encourages people with hearing loss to not let their disability hold them back.
A short animation to get more people interested in politics.
A short film aimed at tackling Islamophobia.
A short film about cyberbullying.
A film encouraging people to never give up on their dreams.
A short film showing how panic attacks can affect people in different ways.
A short film showing the impact of domestic abuse on the lives of children.
A short film calling for more support for those with alopecia.
A short film looking at the dangers of new psychoactive substances.
‘It started off petty and then got more......
A short film encouraging employers to give young people a chance.
A short film warning young people about the dangers of social media challenges.
A short film showing young people the importance of home security.
A short film challenging misconceptions around eating disorders.
A short film raising awareness of anorexia.
A music video about dealing with bereavement.
A short film about suicide in Northern Ireland.
A short film encouraging people who are transgender to be proud of themselves.
A short film which looks at the link between success and happiness.
A short film aiming to empower young women.
A short film which explains more about Crohn's disease.
A short film which calls for the 12 month ban on gay men donating blood to be lifted.
A short film about volunteering in Easterhouse, Glasgow.
A Fixers film raising awareness about young people's rights in health care.
Young people in care matter.
Reach out. You are not alone.
Changing perceptions of homelessness.
The benefits of martial arts.
I'm more than a disability
A film which raises awareness of ADHD.
A film asking people to stop judging others......
Managing mental health
A teenager wants to reduce the number of......
The pressure to be perfect.
Get help for bipolar.
Fighting online bullying
Breaking the cycle of bullying
Embrace your culture.
Showing the potentially damaging impact of anabolic steroids.
A short film about the negative impact of an abusive relationship.
Calling on decision-makers to improve youth services.
A short film highlighting the prejudice faced by LGBT communities in homophobic countries and the importance for victims to be able to claim asylum.
Homophobia is no laughing matter.
Raising awareness of dyslexia.
A film showing young people how to behave in different situations.
Challenging misconceptions of foodbanks.
Eating disorders film
Challenging negative stereotypes of young mums.
Campaigning for an end to discrimination.
A Sexual Consent Campaign
Sexual harassment in schools.
Spotting the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
Taking mental health seriously.
Female Genital Mutilation survivors working with Fixers share their harrowing testimonies in a film designed to promote understanding and awareness among midwives.
Youth Offending Awareness
A short film challenging gender stereotypes in the workplace.
A short film encouraging people to get involved in sports.
Mental health and family
A short film about the benefits of playing sport.
A short film challenging regional stereotypes.
A film encouraging those with mental health issues to speak out.
A short film showing the benefits of cultural inclusion.
Supporting people with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kϋster- Hauser (MRKH) syndrome.
A short film which encourages young women to be confident in themselves.
A short film promoting positive body image.
A short film which encourages young people to ignore negative stereotypes and fulfil their potential.
A short film encouraging people to show more respect to army veterans.
A short film helping teenagers make the transition from school to college.
The power of positive thinking
A short film encouraging people to stand up to trolls.
A short film showing how the closure of a......
A short film showing the challenges faced by people with speech disorders.
A short film encouraging young people to play the bagpipes.
A short film encouraging victims of abuse to speak out.
Chloe, whose real name has not been used, wants to encourage people struggling with addiction to seek help
James Ellis performed at the event after Fixers launched the Get James to Bestival campaign
James Connolly wants to to get people talking about the toll of suicide in Northern Ireland
Buddy Ripley, 24, explains how music is helping him to turn his life around
Faye Draper, 22, wants to get people talking about street harassment
Lewis Pask, 19, from Sheffield, says charity work turned his life around
Rianna Raymond Williams, 24, is warning young people about the importance of appropriate behaviour in formal environments.
Doctors, talk to me!
A short film educating teachers about how to help students with mental health issues.
Lucia Mee, 17, from Ballycastle, has had three liver transplants and wants children to learn about the organ donation register in schools
George Gathern, 17, from Brighton, is encouraging people to think about the amount of food they waste
Lucy Mathison, 18, from Tyne and Wear, is raising awareness of eating disorders
Alice, 24, from Caerphilly, wants to raise awareness of domestic abuse in LGBT relationships
Pembe Tokluhan, 18, from Hackney, wants to improve relations between the police and young people
Jess Oman, 20, is encouraging young people not to believe everything they read online
A short film educating people about Asperger's syndrome.
A short film encouraging more respect for people with learning difficulties.
Jade Lochhead, 21, from Paisley is campaigning for transport to be free for young carers
Milly Banks, 23, from Cheltenham, wants to encourage people to be more understanding of hidden illnesses.
Luis John, 22, from Catford, London, has Asperger's Syndrome. He has created this film showing the world through his eyes and hopes it will help people understand him better.
Zara Parkin, 18, wants to put an end to gender stereotypes
A short film aiming to tackle gender prejudice towards women.
Chanelle Hopkins, 19, from Havant, Hampshire, wants to encourage young people being sexually exploited to seek help.
Kirsty, 17, from West Yorkshire, wants to show how damaging it is to share explicit images online.
Lewis Hern, 17, from Pontypool, wants to change the guidelines on gay men donating blood.
Azzees Minott, 24, from Upton Park, wants to show young people that politics in entrenched in every aspect of their lives.
Rudolf Brenyah, 25, from Chatham, Kent, wants young people to find their purpose in life and pursue it.
Alisha Mitchell, 21, from Forest Hill, wants to show the impact gang crime has on families
Jess Benton, 19, from Birmingham, wants to champion autism acceptance.
Jade Dyer, 17, wants young carers to receive more support in school
Eoin Godfrey, 19, wants to encourage people to sign the organ donation register
Megan O'Kane, 23, wants cheerleading to be added to the school curriculum.
Demi-Leigh Freeman, 19, from Dudley, wants young people to talk about their mental health
Ippy Gupta, 17, from Truro, wants young people to open about about depression
Jade Forsyth, 19, from Falkirk, wants people to open up about their mental health
Joe Ruane, 24, from Leeds, wants pupils with dyspraxia to get better support
Karis Charley, 17, wants to educate teachers and pupils about epilepsy in schools
Natasha McCormick, 16, from Southampton, wants to show girls the benefits of boxing
James Ireland, 24, from Southend-on-Sea, wants more disability sports shown on mainstream TV
Simeon Wakely, 19, from Timsbury, wants more disability sports to be shown on television
Megan Oyinka, 18, wants the voting age to be lowered to 16
Follow your dreams
David Shields, 25, wants LGBT groups to form in schools
Luke Ambler, 27, from Halifax, wants men to speak out if they are suffering from depression
Owen Leach, 16, from the Isle of Sheppey, wants young people to follow their dreams
Frances Shillito, 26, has battled anorexia and wants to help others with the condition.
Laurence Griffin, 25, from Skipton, wants young people to receive more support when they transition from education to work
Nathan Barr, 17, wants to highlight the lack of youth facilities available in Waringstown, Co Down.
Emma Riley, 19, from Chorley, Lancashire, wants to challenge disability stigma
Joe Ruane, 22, from Leeds, is campaigning to improve understanding of dyspraxia
Harriet Davis, 24, from Lancaster, wants to show that eating disorders can happen to anyone
Jasmine Rankin, 22, from Taunton, wants prospective employers to look past disabilities
Tonicha Simpson, 19, from Alnwick, wants young people to stick by friends with mental ill-health
Kobe Still, 17, from Folkestone, wants young people to be compassionate towards veterans
Tariro Munodawafa, 20, from Liverpool, wants to educate young people about HIV
Ellie Rodger, 16, from Banchory, wants people to stop making negative judgements about others
Caitlin Ronan, 17, from Ledbury, and her team wanted young hospital patients to be involved in the 'transition' process.
Zishi Zhang, 18, from Stamford, Lincolnshire, wants young people to make changes at a local and national level
Samuel Remi-Akinwale wants young people to be taught life skills at school
Guy Holness, 25, from Dudley, wants young people to embrace creativity to make positive changes
Gurdeep Singh Cheema, 21, from Slough, wants to highlight the dangers of online grooming.
Will Lyon Tupman, 22, from Cambridge, wants young people from foster care backgrounds to reach their full potential
Morgan Williams, 17, from Stirling, wants improvements to be made to the Customs Roundabout underpasses.
James Underwood, 17, from Chesterfield, says it's important to remain positive in the face of adversity
Hayley Coombs, 27, from Bath, wants to educate children and their parents about asthma.
Ben Bengey, 19, from Ilfracombe, Devon, wants young people to pursue a career in the fishing industry.
Howard Wicks, 21, from Kingsbridge, has locked-in syndrome and wants to encourage people to stay positive whatever life throws at them
Aaron Kinney, 12, is encouraging youngsters not to use drugs as a coping mechanism
Jodie Broadley, 26, from Sheffield, wants to show how serious Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) is.
Stefan Clarke, 21, from Ballymoney, wants people to stop making assumptions about people with learning disabilities
Nat Pattinson, 20, from Cumbria, says that wheelchair basketball has changed his life
Jack Marasco, 20, from Newport, wants young people to know the signs of domestic violence
Samuel Remi-Akinwale, 16, wants to ensure young people are taught life skills at school
Amy Payne, 19, from Southampton, wants people to realise that bullies need help too.
Poppy Clough, 16, from Llantarnum, wants to inspire young people with hearing impairments.
Jodie Broadley, 26, from Sheffield, wants to show the crippling nature of Body Dysmorphic Disorder.
Serena Arthur, 19, from South Yardley, wants to tackle poor literacy rates amongst children in the city.
Lauren Taylor, 20, from Bournemouth, wants to show people that being bullied made her a stronger person.
Sophie Clarke, 18, from Framlingham, wants to educate parents and teachers on self-harm
'Amy', 22, from Kent, wants to raise awareness of the joint enterprise law.
Shane Donaghy, 17, from Cookstown, wants support and understanding for people with autism.
Farid Saleh, 21, from Islington, wants to challenge negative attitudes towards care leavers.
James Gordon, 24, from Derby, wants people to find a creative outlet for their emotions
India Gale, 17, from Brighton, wants more diversity of images in the media
Janine Carapatan, 19, from Belfast, says nobody should be bullied because of their differences
Lauren Seward, 21 and Marta, 22, from Canterbury, want to show you can have fun without drinking
Harry Bowden, 17, from Abingdon, wants to get young people interested in history
Ryan Howells, 25, from Neath, wants to help young people with dyslexia to get support in school
Gabe Ledson, 17, from Southport, wants people to relate to those with autism.
Ben, 25, from Southampton, wants to encourage victims of domestic violence to seek support
Tony Supreme, 27, from South London, wants to show how poetry can help young people from the most challenging of backgrounds to express their feelings.
Surviving child sexual abuse
Cynthia, 20, from Birmingham, wants every child in the UK to be given the same opportunities regardless of where they were born.
Kat Pemberton, 19, from Bradford, wants to challenge disability stereotypes
Harriet Davis, 25, from Lancaster, wants better understanding of eating disorders in the medical profession.
Ella Denton, 19, from Colchester, wants to show what being a young carer entails.
Chloe Reains, 17, from Leeds, wants more support for young carers in schools
Ryan Dack, 23, from Middlesbrough, says powerchair football has changed his life.
Amy Hepburn, 18, from Glasgow, wants to show that young people can also be affected by arthritis
Bee Daws, 25, from Gloucester, uses puppetry to help with depression and anxiety.
Natasha Mead, 22, from Plymouth, wants people to get into sport regardless of the challenges they face.
Megan Hinton, 17, from Southampton, wants to show how hard it is to lose a pet.
Nicole Allen, 19, from Seaford, wants people to make the most of their lives.
Emilia Ashton, 17, from Rotherham, wants to challenge the negative reputation of her hometown
Alice*, 17, from Stockport, wants to encourage people who are self-harming to ask for help
Alice Schweigert, 19, from Lewisham, wants to show the repercussions of fraud.
Lisa-Marie Belcher, 21, from Jaywick, wants to show what it's like to have social anxiety
Matt Hood, 16, from Edinburgh, wants to educate students about the issues facing trans teens.
Louise Bown, 20, from Erdington, wants people to talk about mental health
Gemima Christodoulou-Peace, 19, from Ipswich, doesn't want gender to prevent youngsters from choosing a career.
Cody Rennie, 24, from Manchester, wants to break down prejudices about homelessness
Ben Evans, 21, from Southfields near Wimbledon, wants to encourage openness about being transgender.
Ellie*, 21, from Aldershot, wants to show that drug use can spiral out of control
Jemma Watson, 17, from Pudsey in Leeds, wants creative subjects to be taken more seriously in schools.
Duy Hoang, 25, from Bristol, wants to challenge racism in the LGBT community.
Jessica Atkinson, 24, from Crediton in Devon, wants mothers to be more open about postnatal depression.
Nichola Wright, 21, from County Durham, wants more young women to take up engineering as a career.
Lauren Taylor, 22, from Bournemouth, wants to show how bullying can impact someone with disabilities.
Catherine Divers, 18, from Penrith, wants young people to be aware of their rights in the workplace.
'Amy', 24, from Kent, wants to make young people aware of the joint enterprise law.
Rachel Harris, 20, from Middlesbrough, wants more support for young people with dyspraxia in schools.
Nathan McCard, 18, from Lisburn in County Antrim, wants to encourage people being bullied to seek help.
Raymond Lillycrop, 21, from Milford Haven, wants employers to look beyond disabilities
Nathan, 19, from Leominster in......
A short film aiming to challenge negative youth stereotypes.
Tackling male suicide
Amy Blockwell, 21, from Milford Haven, wants more support for the parents of premature babies
Louise Bown, 20, from Erdington, wants to show that your mental health doesn't define you
Naomi Lloyd, 18, from Lisburn, wants anorexia to be recognised as a mental illness
Charlie Bowie, 17, from Fife, Scotland, wants young people caring for loved ones with alcohol or drug addictions to get support
The first parliamentary inquiry into sexual harassment in schools was launched following research from Fixers.
Terri Reid, 24, from Liverpool, is encouraging mothers with postnatal depression to seek help.
Gurdeep Singh Cheema, 21, from Slough, wants to warn young people about grooming
'Lily' and a group of young people from Newcastle have made this film to show that anyone can become a victim of sexual exploitation
Ayesha Khan, 17, from Peterborough, wants young people to get involved in politics
Zenisha Peterkin, 17, from Camberwell, wants to encourage self-confidence in young people
Save The Raptors
Shano Khorshed, 18, from Leeds, is using coffee cup sleeves to help refugees to bridge language barriers
Kobe Still, 17, from Folkestone in Kent, wants to encourage respect for people in the armed forces
Risa Romy, 17, from Dorchester, wants more people from ethnic minorities to become organ donors.
Raymond Lillycrop, 21, from Milford Haven, wants employers to see past jobseekers' disabilities
Emma Rogerson, 17, and her sister Toni, 19, from Hartlepool, want to prevent people from taking their own lives.
Challenging negative stereotypes of young people.
To show young people that anything is possible.
Alice Gray, 25, from Cardiff, wants more girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths
Robyn Wimble, 22, from Croydon, wants young people to open up about their mental health
Georgia Goodman, 19, and Jonathan Hughes, 21, from Cumbria, want to warn people about sextortion
Rosie-Anne Wright, 19, from Taunton, wants to help young people with the transition from school to college
Carla McCallion and Naomi McGill, 17, from Cushendall, want to show the dangers of texting while driving
Guy Holness, 26, from Dudley, wants to use creativity to make his home town a place where people can be proud to live
Aneica Duffy, 22, from Four Glen in County Derry, is encouraging people with IBD to live life to the full
Emma Oldfield, 22, from Stockton-on-Tees, wants medical professionals to improve how they treat people recovering from an eating disorder.
Courtney Thomas, 16, from Daventry, wants to show how creativity can help people deal with challenges
Warning young people about the dangers of alcohol.
The dangers of online gaming
Scott Parker, 23, from Brighton, wants to encourage greater acceptance of alternative families
A film aiming to dispel misconceptions about Islam.
Challenging negative stereotypes of people from urban communities.
Caitlen Middleton, 17, from Holyhead, wants young people to stay safe when they're having fun
Izak Jackson, 22, from Middlesbrough, wants to highlight coastline pollution
Befriending the Elderly
Lee Morris, 20, from Abercam, wants people to be kind in their daily lives.
Martin Berisford, 24, from Coventry, wants to encourage people not to be held back by their disability.
Louie Greenwood, 20, from Swansea, is campaigning for more gender neutral toilets.
Tatiana Draper, 25, wants to show that people with disabilities can live independent lives
Jemima Browning, 16, from Stutton, wants to promote activity groups for young people with disabilities.
Rediat Abayneh, 24, from Bristol, wants to thank Britain for giving her a safe place to live.
Connor Moody-Russell, 19, from Southampton, is encouraging young men to feel happy about how they look.
Emma-Louise Petrie, 16, from Falkirk, wants to encourage young women to achieve their goals
Tian Franklin, 18, wants a skatepark to be built in his home town of Brackley
A short film about staying safe online.
Proscovia Kongai, 22, from Woolwich, wants schools to do more to help bereaved youngsters.
A short film about the dangers of sexting.
A short film challenging negative stereotypes of homeless people.
Emma Oldfield, 22, from Stockton on Tees, wants health professionals to individualise treatment of eating disorders.
A film about child sexual exploitation.
A short film encouraging people to be themselves.
Chris Bird, 29, from Bridgwater, wants people with mental health issues to embrace their differences.
Lyla Asif, 26, from Leeds, wants to change attitudes in the south Asian community towards disability
Josh Adams, 19, from Towcester, wants professionals to engage more with young people caring for relatives with mental health conditions
Ashleigh Parker, 25, from Brighton, wants young people to make friends with members of the older generation
Nick Walker, 23, from Gloucester, wants to help young people not in education or employment to find their self-worth.
Alizeh Abdul Rahman, 17, from Plymouth, wants to show the benefits of teaching religious education in schools.
Andrew Hughes, 24, from Carlisle, wants young people to have a better understanding of autism.
Paige Sheerin, 16, from Antrim, is encouraging young people to volunteer.
Mac Cook, 16, from Orkney, wants to highlight the challenges for teens growing up in isolated, rural communities.
Tomasz Skowron, 17, from Folkestone, wants to increase understanding of lupus
A short film about young carers.
A film about the positives of being a young carer.
A short film about endometriosis.
Jessica Ofori-Forbes, 20, from Hackney, is encouraging young carers to look after themselves.
A short film aiming to help young mothers living in supported accommodation.
Manus Corr, 19, from north Belfast, wants to educate young people about the negative sides of social media
Georgia Edwards, 23, from Hereford, wants the police to be better trained when dealing with people in mental health crisis.
Chloe Hammond, 18 from New Brancepeth, wants to see better public access for young disabled people.
Caitlen Middleton, 17, from Holyhead, wants to stop young people putting themselves in danger by drinking underage
A short film about the dangers of fraud.
Luke Murphy, 22, from North Lanarkshire, wants to highlight how chronic illnesses affect young people.
Challenging stereotypes in Glasgow
A film about body image.
Lucinda Larnach has developed an acronym to help drivers stay safe on the roads
A short film encouraging professionals to have more understanding of young carers.
Bethany Roberts, 17, from Milford Haven, wants to help young people being labelled to build resilience
Ackley De Silva, 17, from north east London, wants to help people speak up about their experiences of abuse
Ben Rist, 24, from Chatham in Kent, wants people to follow three simple steps when helping others suffering with anxiety.
Ed Southgate, 20, from Bristol, who developed anorexia when he was a teenager, has launched a campaign to show that the illness doesn't just affect females.
Swansea University student, Ella Wilkinson, 21, has launched a campaign with Fixers to get young people to make more of an effort when it comes to recycling.
Jane (not her real name), 20, from Cambridgeshire, wants to urge all professionals working with young Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) victims to treat them with respect.
Abi Fraser, 17, from Wem near Shrewsbury, wants to warn people about the growing dangers of antibiotic resistance.
Coded Creativity Fix on ITV News Anglia and Meridian (E)
Luke Moynan, 17 from St Cleer, Liskeard, is campaigning with Fixers for a better bus service to serve young people in the area.
After being diagnosed with post-natal depression following the birth of her daughter 4-years-ago, Lauren Murchison, 23, from Carlisle is encouraging other young mums not to bottle up their emotions.
Rochdale Fixers Bilal Khan, 17 and fellow Fixer Abid Rahman, 18, hope that their campaign will improve understanding of their religion.
Megan, 17, from Southampton, wants people to be more understanding towards those grieving for a pet.
A short film about bereavement.
Social Media Ills Fix on ITV News Tyne Tees
A short film about changing people's perceptions of young people.
Naomi Rodgers, 21, from Tain, is highlighting how hard it can be for people to open up about their mental health issues.
A short film about the reality of 'Jihadi Brides'
Sian Bentley, 20, from Kendal, is campaigning for the use of natural flood management measures
Charley Zakrzewski, 25, who was born with a rare disorder which affects her movement is encouraging young people to make the most of life despite the challenges they may face.
Evangeline, 20, from Chesterfield, wants people to spend less time on their mobile phones and be more present.
Chloe Hopkins, 25, from Prestatyn, wants to warn young people about stalkers and to encourage them to stay safe.
Chloe Neesham, 19, from Workington, wants young people to be positive about their body image.
Rae Bolton, 25, from South Shields, wants more support for children being bullied in school.
Janie Banks, 20, from Basildon, wants young people to take up a hobby to help with life's troubles.
Shauna Webb, 21, from Hengoed, wants to show how important youth clubs are.
Jess Stoddard, 20, from Manchester, is warning people about the dangers of binge drinking.
Stephanie Keenan, 18, from Ramsgate, is encouraging victims of bullying to confide in someone they trust.
My Fixers Film
Kate Grant, 19, from Cookstown in County Tyrone, wants people with disabilities to be taken seriously.
Dylan McCoarty, 18, from Portstewart, is warning young people about the dangers of alcohol misuse.
Jorjia Reed, 16, from Halifax, West Yorkshire, who has been bullied in the past, has teamed up with Fixers and is using music to inspire others with similar experiences to stay strong.
Thirza Walton, 19, from Preston, wants teachers to better understand what life is like for young carers
Lucy Prentice, 19, from Pencada near Carmarthen, wants young carers to be able to study full time.
Saba, 18, from Calderdale, wants to break the taboo surrounding the issue of forced marriage.
Georgia Edwards, 23, from Hereford, wants the police need to stop treating mentally unwell people like criminals.
Onyx Uwandulu, 16, from Newbridge, wants young girls to find something they are passionate about
Nicole Williams, 24, from Wrexham, wants primary school children to be taught about mental health
A film to inspire people to find the confidence to 'come out'
A film about the dangers of catcalling.
Don't treat people with disabilities differently.
A film about skin conditions.
Olivia Rees, 17, from Swansea, wants to show the benefits of volunteering for young people and businesses.
Chezelle Craig, 37, from Croydon, wants to raise awareness of Neonatal Herpes virus after it claimed the life of her son.
Heather, 19, from Wakefield, wants people to......
Lloyd Cottrell, 20, from Newport, speaks......
A film about stereotypes
Danny Waters, 23, from Margate is using rap......
A Fixers film about school pressures.
A film about domestic violence
Carly Colquhoun, 18, from Glasgow, wants to......
Paige, 18, from Antrim, Northern Ireland, is......
A film about autism.
A film about harassment
Billie Nordkill, 22, from Dumfries,......
Kayley Walton, 17, from Haverfordwest, has......
Grace Ludlam, 24, and Madeleine Street, 21,......
A film about education
A film about musical education
A film about racism
A film about self esteem.
A film about work experience.
A film about road safety.
A film about coping with cancer.
A film about mental health
Chelsie Brown, 22, from Thame, wants......
A film about eating disorders.
A film about dermatillomania.
A film about gender stereotypes in sport.
A short film about the dangers of underage drinking.
A film about drug and alcohol abuse.
Josh Connor, 19, from Otley, is raising......
A film about Coeliac Disease.
A film about vitiligo.
A film about Dyspraxia.
A film about invisible illnesses.
A film about young entrepreneurs
A video about bullying
A film about living with a stammer
A film about the dangers of online casting adverts
A film about peer support
A film about caring for others.
A film about manipulative behaviours.
A film about equality.
Tilly, 25, and Bella, who is 23, are Fixers......
A film about Dissociative Disorder
A film about refugees.
Judith and Chloe MacCombe, 21, from Claudy, want to challenge preconceptions of albinism.
A film about life after terror
Izzy Harris has struggled from compulsive tendencies since the age of eight, and has teamed up with Fixers to raise awareness of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Ben Dalton is calling for age limits to be imposed on tyres fitted to buses and coaches
Jessica Jayne, 23, from Leyland, wants to help young people talk about their mental health
Aidan Furlong, 23, from Manchester, wants to show the impact death anxiety has on him
Social media anxiety.
Lucia Harrington, 17, from Grange-over-Sands, is calling for more support for young people with anxiety.
A Fixers film about Multiple Sclerosis.
My Fixers Film...
Jack Davis, 22, from Bradford, wants to encourage grieving fathers to ask for help
Andy Dunne, 24, from Cambridge, is urging more men to open up about their mental health
A short film calling on more people to take mental health seriously.
Helping others deal with anxiety.
Emily Long, 18, from the Isle of Sheppey, and Daska Knapcova, 18, from Sittingbourne, want to encourage people to learn basic mental health first aid skills.
Rob Senior, 22, wants people to open up about their problems
Tara Henry, 16, from Craigavon in County Armagh, wants to show what it's like to suffer from agoraphobia
Jenny Brooks, 20, from Leicester, wants to show that autism affects girls as well as boys.
Jayde Shane, 16, from Folkestone, Kent, wants people with autism to use it to their potential
Gabriel Ledson, 17, from Southport, wants to educate people about autism
Calvin Glen, 17, from Poole, wants to increase the public's understanding of autism and Asperger's Syndrome.
Sam Bakarat wants Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services to be more accessible
A film about trauma
Leanne, 22, from Solihull, started cutting herself when she was at primary school. She gives an insight to the world of self-harm in a bid to equip parents with better knowledge.
Eddie Callis, 25, from Falmouth, wants people with autism to give art a go.
Ashley Green, 20, from Whitstable, Kent, wants to raise awareness about autism.
Charlene Woracker, 25, from Sheffield, is calling for the parents of children with special needs to share their experiences so they can help each other feel less isolated.
Mixed media messages.
Ashley Carter, 16, from Taunton, wants to stop people being bullied because they look different
Adam Shaikh, 19, from Smethwick, is campaigning against sexual abuse
Rachel Frier, 27, a youth worker from Rotherham in South Yorkshire wants to educate young people on the risks of online grooming.
Cal Lunt, 26, from Liverpool, is campaigning for better representation of transgender people in the media
Rosie Ward, 18, from Carlisle, wants more recognition for women in football
Jordan Smith-Howell, 23, from Milford Haven, wants people to be mindful about the language they use when talking to trans men and women.
Shannon Johnson, 18, from Seaton Delaval, wants to encourage girls to take up rugby.
Lysette Hacking, 26, from Howarth wants more......
Bonnie Fox, 20, from Derby, wants people with mental health conditions to be treated equally.
A short film about spotting the signs of abuse.
Madison Clarke, 19, from York, is......
Tackling the stigma of transgender relationships.
Kieran Benito-Knight, 21, from Cambridge, wants to improve people's understanding of gender identity.
A short film encouraging people with special educational needs to know they can achieve great things.
A short film encouraging more young people to talk about mental health.
Young people put their heads together to tackle a crisis of confidence.
How Fixers campaigns can develop and grow to change lives and society.
Young people who've struggled with anxiety, seek to smooth the path for others.
Young people who have been sexually exploited seek to change society.
Transgender and gender fluid young people get together.
Young people using their tough experiences at school to help others.
Young people use their experiences of eating disorders to help others.
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