Dagmara challenges misconceptions surrounding young people’s mental health.
Megan and her team highlight the value of local bus services for young people.
A group from Essex show how young people can be affected by a parent’s substance misuse.
Anita sheds light on different types of bullying to encourage those affected to get help.
Kieran shares his experiences of depression to educate others about the condition.
Brandon Harvey wants to help others understand how it feels to have Tourette’s.
Laura encourages young people living with mental health conditions to talk to someone.
A group from East Ayrshire urge people to put aside rivalries and respect each other.
‘Emily’ shares her experiences of growing up without her dad to show others they’re not alone.
Amy Kate Feltham wants to raise awareness of hidden illnesses.
We want adults to be more understanding of young people with mental health issues.
I’m urging young people not to suffer bullying in silence.
I’m using my experiences to educate others about depression.
My team and I are highlighting the importance of local bus services.
I want to highlight the challenges faced by those living with Tourette’s.
My team and I want to encourage LGBT education in schools.
I’m encouraging young people to do good deeds to help others.
We want to highlight the impact of sectarianism on young people.
I want to encourage young people with mental health conditions to seek help.
My team and I want to encourage young people to try Ultimate Frisbee.
I want to show young people growing up without a father that they’re not alone.
My team and I want women and girls who experience abuse to feel able to speak out.
We want people to recognise that legal highs are as dangerous as any other drug.
My team and I want to encourage others to participate in social action.
I want to challenge the negative use of anonymous social media sites.
I want to raise awareness of invisible disabilities.
My team and I want to help people who are experiencing bullying to stay positive.
My team and I want to encourage young people to open up to peer mentors.
I want to show others the therapeutic value of music.
We want to show young people that they don’t have to give in to peer pressure.
We want people who are experiencing domestic abuse to seek help.
My team and I want to show that parkour isn’t anti-social, but a serious sport.
I want those with endometriosis to be better understood.
I want to ensure school leavers are aware of the options available to them.
I want to help young people learn more about dementia.
I want to show people in abusive relationships that help is available.
I'm asking others not to judge those with hidden illnesses.
I want to help young people experiencing low self-esteem.
I want young people who are experiencing mental health issues to seek help.
I want people with disabilities to be treated equally.
Don't let disability hold you back.
Mental Health & Marbles.
Music is medicine.
End abuse against women.
Mind your mental health.
Dealing with Tourette's.
The Young Person's Guide To Bullying.
Dealing with depression.
There is no shame in seeking help for a mental health condition.
Get on board. The benefits of buses.
Young people use their experiences of eating disorders to help others.
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