Aware that drugs destroy lives, Jordan and his team warn against substance misuse.
Stephen Bettaney urges employers not to overlook job applicants with dyslexia.
Amethyst and her team want others to better understand young people’s mental health.
Delyth and her team encourage students who feel worried at school to ask for help.
A street dance troupe from Pontypool highlight the benefits of the activity.
A Peterborough Fixer shows young people with mental health conditions that recovery is possible.
Helena and her team want more support for people in the UK whose first language isn’t English.
Kerisha and her team hope to inspire young people to care about the environment.
Craig received support from a mentor and wants others to get similar guidance.
'Jessica' wants sportsmen and women to show respect both on and off the field.
A group from Margate want others to understand the difference between safe and unsafe sex.
After she was picked on for being a redhead, Megan urges others to treat people with respect.
Darren and Anne campaign for better support for young people leaving care.
Melissa Jackson wants to help young people live on a budget.
Kirsten shows young mums that they can have ambitions and still be good parents.
Ella and her team want young people to take an interest in politics.
Kayla Laisby wants to show others how they can support families affected by cancer.
Haleemah fears abuse in her niqab and urges others to challenge hate crime.
Keen to weed out Himalayan Balsam, Alaina shows the damage it can do.
Emily Page wants more young people to consider a career in agriculture.
Craig shows others with special educational needs they can succeed.
Led by Kyle Richardson, a team from Penzance show young people the benefits of dance.
A band from North London urge others to see past disability.
Hanna Asquith shows those living with severe allergies that they’re not alone.
A group from County Durham want teenage depression to be taken seriously.
Reece Ismay wants people who self-harm to feel able to seek help without being judged.
Jess Olley and her team want better support for young carers in the classroom.
A group from Glasgow shed light on life with diabetes.
Karabo and his team want to help end child labour.
Diagnosed with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Esther raises awareness of her ‘invisible’ illness.
Toni Steane and her team urge young people not to take risks online.
The results of The Feel Happy [Eating] Fix are presented to government.
Arron and his team urge people not to put posts on social media that could upset others.
Claire shares her experiences of being sectioned to show that eating disorders aren’t glamorous.
By teaching children to cook, Josh hopes to improve understanding of nutrition.
Standing up to homophobic and transphobic abuse, Jordan wants LGBT young people treated fairly.
Adonis urges employers to give those with learning disabilities a fair chance.
Pole fitness fans Aby and Eryn want to tackle its sleazy stereotype.
Crawley Fixers want people to stop using the word 'gay' negatively.
By sharing her story, Savannah hopes to improve understanding of social anxiety disorder.
Kevin Moore wants to show young people the downsides of legal highs.
Drawing on her own experiences, ‘Najma’ campaigns to end FGM.
Pursuing his dreams, James urges others not to let disability hold them back.
More than two years after starting her road safety Fix, Jordan reflects on its successes.
Helping others spot the signs of domestic abuse, ‘Tara’ shows that it shouldn’t be tolerated.
Practising martial arts improved his mental health, now Harry wants others to give it a go.
Teachers are encouraged to support pupils experiencing domestic violence.
Keen to stop stereotypes, a group warn against judging people on the way they look.
David and his team urge young people to support each other through mental health issues.
Wanting support for LGBT young people, a group share their experiences of coming out.
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