Naomi is urging others not to carry knives after her friend was stabbed to death
Jenny wants teachers to help young people look after their mental health.
Rebekka, who identifies as both genders, is calling for a more accepting society.
Katie, who beat anorexia, is encouraging women to be themselves.
Lizzie is tackling the pressures on young women.
Allan wants people to be more understanding of the coordination disorder.
Kieran wants people to have a better understanding of what it's like to be in care.
David is encouraging teachers to support pupils with mental illness.
Maryam wants young people to make positive life choices.
Students from different ethnicities are learning about each other's cultures.
We want people to stop judging others based on where they live.
After my friend was stabbed, I want others to think twice before carrying a knife.
I want to encourage people to be more accepting of different sexualities.
I want young people to improve their mental well-being
We want others our age to stay strong and never give up.
I want young people to feel comfortable in their own skin.
I want to empower women by encouraging them to be confident in themselves.
We want people with mental health issues to know it’s never too late to get help.
I want people to have a better understanding of dyspraxia.
I want to give people an insight into being a young person growing up in care.
I want young people to make positive life choices.
I want young people to recognise if they are a carer.
We want to see more cultural cohesion in schools.
I want those experiencing mental health problems to talk about their feelings.
I want to encourage people to report domestic violence.
We want to educate teachers about helping students with mental health issues.
I want people who are transgender to be treated with respect.
I'm sharing my story of how I overcame depression to encourage others to get help.
I want to show that it's possible to recover from depression.
We want young people to be mindful of cybercrime.
I want to see more support for homeless people.
I want to show people how sport can teach you skills for life.
I’m showing that domestic abuse has a negative impact on children who witness it.
We want to end gender stereotypes at work.
We want more people to get involved in sport.
I want to show that disabled people have a lot to offer in the workplace.
I want mental health in young people to be taken seriously.
I want society to be more accepting of the transgender community.
I want to discourage young people from joyriding.
I want to show others that experiences with bullies shouldn't define you.
A short film showing how panic attacks can affect people in different ways.
A film encouraging people to never give up on their dreams.
A short film about cyberbullying.
A short film aimed at tackling Islamophobia.
A short animation to get more people interested in politics.
A film which encourages people with hearing loss to not let their disability hold them back.
A film raising awareness about Tourette's.
A ‘princess’ talks about her relationship with her prince who is a victim of abuse
Showing the benefits of pole fitness.
Support for people with dyslexia.
Standing up for gender equality.
Nicole Sneddon (23) from Grangemouth, Stirlingshire shows young people the reality and responsibilities of being a young parent in this Fixers film.
A music video about dealing with bereavement.
A short film raising awareness of anorexia.
The impact of FGM.
Ending the cycle of abuse.
Dealing with bereavement
Don't treat people with disabilities differently.
Young people in care matter.
Reach out. You are not alone.
Changing perceptions of homelessness.
Mixed media messages.
The benefits of martial arts.
I'm more than a disability
A film which raises awareness of ADHD.
A film asking people to stop judging others......
Managing mental health
A teenager wants to reduce the number of......
The pressure to be perfect.
Get help for bipolar.
Fighting online bullying
Breaking the cycle of bullying
Embrace your culture.
Showing the potentially damaging impact of anabolic steroids.
A short film about the negative impact of an abusive relationship.
Calling on decision-makers to improve youth services.
A short film highlighting the prejudice faced by LGBT communities in homophobic countries and the importance for victims to be able to claim asylum.
Homophobia is no laughing matter.
Raising awareness of dyslexia.
Follow your dreams
Tackling the stigma of transgender relationships.
A film showing young people how to behave in different situations.
Challenging misconceptions of foodbanks.
Eating disorders film
Challenging negative stereotypes of young mums.
Campaigning for an end to discrimination.
A Sexual Consent Campaign
Sexual harassment in schools.
Spotting the signs of an unhealthy relationship.
Taking mental health seriously.
Female Genital Mutilation survivors working with Fixers share their harrowing testimonies in a film designed to promote understanding and awareness among midwives.
Youth Offending Awareness
A short film challenging gender stereotypes in the workplace.
A short film encouraging people to get involved in sports.
Mental health and family
A short film about the benefits of playing sport.
A short film challenging regional stereotypes.
Doctors, talk to me!
A film encouraging those with mental health issues to speak out.
A short film showing the benefits of cultural inclusion.
Supporting people with Mayer-Rokitansky-Kϋster- Hauser (MRKH) syndrome.
A short film educating teachers about how to help students with mental health issues.
A short film which encourages young women to be confident in themselves.
A short film promoting positive body image.
A short film which encourages young people to ignore negative stereotypes and fulfil their potential.
Young people using their tough experiences at school to help others. Coming soon...
Young people use their experiences of eating disorders to help others.
In May 2015 the nation shared a hug in memory of Stephen Sutton. Find out more…
Fixers publish a ground-
breaking report on young people’s mental health. Read it here.
Click here for more on Fixers winning a 2014 National Lottery Award...
Find out what Fixers are doing to make UK's roads safer...
Information on drink, drugs and crime for youth, parents and professionals.
Take a look at the 12 different topics Fixers tackle with their campaigns...
Crime is varied, but here we tackle types of crime and the effects of crime on young people.
Discover information, stories, and facts about life in the home, in care and about homelessness from Fixers.
Your mind is a complex place, but the stories from Fixers aim to help you improve your mental health.
From sex to exercise, Fixers have a wealth of experience and information on how you can look after yourself.
Projects and information about how to deal with relationships of all kinds, and how others deal with them too.
Fixers tell their stories and provide advice about how keep safe.
Find out how Fixers are inspiring young people to develop and use further opportunities.
Read stories of Fixers who have been abused, and how you can change your life after all kinds of abuse.
Click here to find out how Fixers aim to change perceptions of young people and stop prejudice in society.
Fixers are addressing the various risks and impacts of taking substances...
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.