Using his experiences, Craig highlights the dangers of spending too much time online.
Rachel Byrne and her team want employers to give ex-offenders a chance.
By telling his story, Daniel hopes to tackle misconceptions surrounding albinism.
Allie Mackinnon wants mental health to be discussed more openly in schools.
Bringing the community together, Katie Fryers and her team organise a litter pick.
Steven Blair and his team want to support homeless young people in Fife.
Kieran Mulvaney and his team want mental health to be taken seriously.
Using her experiences, “Sarah” calls for better support for survivors of rape.
Campaigning to end domestic abuse, Natalie Gresham wants those affected to seek support.
Keen to put a stop to abusive behaviour, Dougie explores why people become bullies.
I’m warning others of the pitfalls of spending too much time on the internet.
I want to raise awareness of albinism to help prevent discrimination.
My team and I want young ex-offenders to be given a second chance.
My team and I want mental health issues to be taken seriously.
My team and I want to help the homeless access support in Fife.
I want to help stop bullying by addressing the root causes of abusive behaviour.
I want to encourage people affected by domestic abuse to seek support.
I want to help young people spot the signs of sexual abuse.
My team and I want to stop young people smoking by highlighting the health risks.
I feel that disabled models are being excluded from the fashion industry.
I want young people to feel positive and confident about their appearance.
We want to improve relations between different generations in our community.
I want foster carers to be trained to support young people realising they are LGBT.
I'm keen for young people to take an interest in politics.
I want to challenge negative perceptions of pole fitness by showing its benefits.
We're promoting community cohesion by organising a litter picking event.
I want to educate students about home security to help prevent burglaries.
I’m raising awareness of Irlen Syndrome, a condition that affects my vision.
I want to highlight the benefits of learning to sing or play a musical instrument.
I want to show how alcoholism effects not just the drinker, but loved ones as well.
We want parents of premature babies to know that support is available.
I want to show young people that mental health should not be dealt with alone.
We are campaigning to lower bus prices for young people in Bolton.
We want young drivers in modified cars to be treated with respect.
I want to raise awareness of sex trafficking in the UK.
We want to see better road safety measures in place in my community.
I want to show others how beneficial it can be to find clothes in charity shops.
By starting conversations about FGM, I hope to help put a stop to the practice.
We want to change people's negative perceptions of the circus.
I want to show others that legal highs are just as dangerous as illegal drugs.
Judge the car, not the driver.
Tackling the issue of mental health.
With or without a home, no one is worthless.
Inspiring young people to take an interest in music.
Hate Crime: If you see it, report it.
Breaking the bullying cycle.
Opening up about mental health
Speaking out against domestic abuse.
Breaking the silence on mental health.
Raising awareness of albinism.
Too much time online can lead to social isolation.
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