A Lancashire group challenge negative attitudes towards young people in care.
Fascinated by history, Jack wants others to take an interest in the past.
Fixers from across the UK team up to tackle young people’s mental health.
After battling low self-esteem, Shannon wants others to love the way they look.
Annabelle Napper and her team use history to warn against discrimination.
Dancer Alex Hey hopes to inspire other young people to get active.
After experiencing panic attacks, James Clark wants to help others cope with anxiety.
Young farmers Gemma and Paul encourage others to take an interest in agriculture.
Using his experiences, Simon wants to help the police understand people with autism.
Determined to help end FGM, a group from London shed light on the practice.
My team and I want to challenge negative perceptions of young people in care.
My team and I are encouraging other young people to take an interest in history.
I want to support young people who experience anxiety attacks.
As young farmers we want to encourage others to take an interest in agriculture.
We’re showing the dangers of discrimination, by looking at genocide.
I want to support others who experience panic attacks.
I’m encouraging young people to steer clear of drugs.
I want to show young people living with an alcoholic parent that help is available.
We want young people to know their rights during a police stop and search.
I'm campaigning for more employment opportunities for young people.
I’m warning others of the pitfalls of spending too much time on the internet.
I want police officers to better understand people with autism.
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 to highlight the physical and psychological impacts of FGM.
We want to show others with mental health issues that obstacles can be overcome.
My team and I want to help the homeless access support in Fife.
We want to show that cheerleading is a sport that requires dedication and skill.
My team and I want mental health issues to be taken seriously.
I want to inspire young people to get active and try sports like dance and parkour.
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.
Overcoming mental health obstacles.
Challenging 'lad culture'.
Helping the police recognise and understand autism.
Dangers of discrimination.
Be body confident.
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