Alisa* wants professionals to recognise when young people are being abused
Wrexham teens are holding an event to encourage young people to use their voices for good.
Matthew wants those with mental health issues to be listened to.
Alice is showing young people the dangers of fraud.
Kate wants people to talk to someone they trust about their mental health
Summer is showing young mums living in supported accommodation that there is help available.
Heidi and her team show the positive side of being a young carer.
Dionne wants to increase awareness of endometriosis.
Julie wants people to better understand the role of young carers.
Mac is highlighting the reality of life for teens growing up in rural communities
Georgia wants the police to be better trained when dealing with people in mental health crisis
Tomasz wants to increase awareness of lupus
Chloe wants to see better public access for young disabled people.
Josh wants professionals to engage more with young people who care for relatives with mental health conditions.
Nicole is encouraging young people to be more open about their mental health.
Andrew wants young people to have a better understanding of autism
Jessica and Sandra are encouraging young carers to look after themselves
Alizeh is highlighting the benefits of religious education
Kirstie is educating teens about mental health awareness
Thirza wants teachers to better understand what life is like for young carers
Manus wants to highlight the negative effects of social media
Lyla wants to change attitudes in the south Asian community towards disability
Nick wants young unemployed people to recognise their self-worth
Ashleigh is encouraging young people to befriend the elderly
Jack and his team are helping young people to cope with moving home.
Kayleigh wants people to celebrate their differences.
Katie and her team urge victims of child sexual exploitation to speak out.
Leon wants homeless people to be given a fair chance.
Ffion and her team are warning of the dangers of sexting
Sefton is helping to protect people against cyber crime.
Emma-Louise wants to encourage young women from Falkirk to achieve their goals
Rebecca wants young people to take a 'mental health pause'
Chris wants people with mental health issues to celebrate their differences
Lee and his group want people to be kind in their daily lives
Jemima wants to promote activity groups for young people with disabilities
Tatiana wants to show that people with disabilities can live independent lives
Emma wants health professionals to individualise treatment of eating disorders
Rediat wants to thank Britain for giving her a safe place to live
Sian is campaigning for the use of natural flood management measures.
Martin wants to encourage people not to be held back by their disability
Paige Sheerin is encouraging young people to volunteer.
Connor wants to encourage men to feel happy about how they look
Proscovia wants schools to do more to help bereaved youngsters.
Young people from Sittingbourne are helping others deal with anxiety.
Louie is campaigning for more gender neutral toilets.
Tian and his team are campaigning for a skatepark in their community.
Caitlen is encouraging young people not to drink underage
Bilal and his team dispel misconceptions about Islam.
Karabo wants society to stop putting negative labels on people from urban communities.
Dylan and his team are warning young people of the dangers of alcohol.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.