Keen to stamp out hate crime, Natasha Iregbu wants more people to report it.
Vocal about the benefits of music, James wants others to sing or play an instrument.
Sharing her story, Antonia Weaver encourages better support for the homeless.
‘Michael’ highlights the detrimental impact alcoholism can have on families.
Speaking openly about mental health struggles is encouraged by Holly Cranston.
A group from Bolton want to see lower bus fares for young people.
Carrickfergus 'petrol heads' look to change negative views on modified cars.
Shaking the stigma, Rachael Johnston encourages support for BPD.
Changing negative perceptions of the circus, Liza Ryan explains how it has helped her.
Against female genital mutilation, Hiba Warsame campaigns to end the practice.
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.
I am making young people aware of the potential dangers of energy drinks.
I want single parents to think carefully about who they let into the family home.
We want to challenge negative stereotypes of cheerleading.
I’m concerned about child marriage and want to help end the practice.
I want more people to see the physical and emotional benefits of sport.
My parents divorced, now I’m helping others affected by marriage breakdown.
I want to see greater diversity within the TV industry.
I'm helping young people spot the signs of domestic abuse.
I want to raise awareness of hypermobility syndrome, a condition few have heard of.
We want people in Britain to understand the struggles of LGBT people abroad.
We're encouraging young people have a positive impact on their community.
I want teenagers to talk about things that are troubling them.
I want people with disabilities to be treated equally.
We want to help young people break the cycle of crime.
I want to keep traditional Scottish music alive.
I want more tube stations to be step-free so the Underground is accessible to all.
I want young people to see the danger in walking home alone after dark.
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.
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