Austen Taylor Wright wants to help stamp out homophobic bullying.
Lauren and her group from Shropshire educate others about sexual health.
Living with hypermobility syndrome, Sophie wants to raise awareness of hidden conditions.
By sharing her own experiences, Leah Scott sheds light on the hidden homeless.
Concerned that young people are too often judged negatively, Gopal tackles stereotypes.
Darren Lavender and his team raise awareness of specific language impairment.
Concerned about speeding on rural roads, Peter Charlton urges drivers to slow down.
Damian Richardson wants to tackle the stigma attached to young people on benefits.
Bullied for having a disability, Joseph urges others to step in and stop abuse.
900 people gather across the UK to share hugs for Stephen Sutton.
I’m campaigning against the negative labels that some attach to LGBT+ people.
I want to help people better understand hypermobility syndrome.
My team and I want to help stop the spread of sexually transmitted infections.
I want to tackle the stigma attached to young people on benefits.
We want to stamp out bullying experienced by people with disabilities.
I want to challenge negative misconceptions of young people.
My team and I want people to be more accepting of those with communication needs.
We’re encouraging young people to spend less time using technology.
I want people with ME to be taken seriously so they can get the help they need.
I want to help other young parents give their children healthy meals.
I want to improve people’s understanding of hypermobility syndrome.
My team and I want to ensure that young disabled people don’t feel isolated.
I want to highlight the issue of sofa surfing and the hidden homeless.
I'm campaigning to protect youth services.
We want to change the negative image of young people in east Belfast.
I'm encouraging young people to make the most of their education.
I want medical professionals to better understand the needs of young patients.
I want to empower women to feel confident in who they are.
My team and I want to show others the benefits of volunteering.
We want to make communities safer by ridding them of drugs and legal highs.
I want to show that violence should not be the 'norm' for abused children.
We want to encourage men who are experiencing domestic abuse to seek help.
I want to help medical professionals better understand chronic cluster headaches.
My team and I want better support for young people with mental health issues.
I want to show young people that exercise can improve their mental health.
I want to challenge the stigma attached to mental health issues.
My team and I want more job opportunities for people with learning difficulties.
My team and I want young people to aim high and do what they love.
I want to inspire young people to be more confident in themselves.
My team and I are campaigning to end sexual harassment.
Have Your Say: Vote!
Integration not isolation.
Aiming to end the cycle of abuse.
Save Youth Services.
Bullying and disabilities.
Improving understanding of specific language impairment.
Lose LGBT labels.
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