When it comes to serious illnesses, Jordan Daly reminds others that age plays no role.
Educating others about Asperger’s, Jack Simmons encourages better understanding.
Fixers and Prince Charles help mark one year of Step Up To Serve’s #iwill campaign.
Championing diversity, Muge wants more minority groups represented on and off screen.
Using a fairy tale, a young woman highlights the issue of teen domestic abuse.
An Edinburgh group expose the risks of sharing on social media.
Luke speaks about the condition which can cause frequent joint dislocations.
Bethy Rose Bates encourages people to see past their ideas of disability.
A group from Kirkcaldy want others to be knowledgeable about worldwide LGBT rights.
Ahmed Mumin and his group want young people to take an active role in their communities.
Sharing advice from his role models, Jordan Moore hopes to help media graduates.
Warning against bottling up emotions, Georgie encourages teenagers to talk.
Primary pupils starting secondary school receive reassurance from Powys sixth-formers.
A group from County Durham challenge negative stereotypes of young jobseekers.
Looking at a lesser-known aspect of autism, Alex raises awareness of stimming.
Using her own experiences, Danielle challenges disability stereotypes.
Danial and Nicholas try to steer young people away from a life of crime.
A team from Cliftonville in Margate uses music to inspire others to pursue a positive pastime.
Emily Richardson and her group help to uncover the many benefits of volunteering.
Using her radio play, Sarah urges others to listen and learn about mental health.
With access issues a barrier to using the tube, Conrad wants more stations step-free.
Passionate about traditional Scottish music, Rachel wants others to feel the same.
Raising awareness of asexuality, Josh Scott hopes to answer questions and dispel myths.
Shaunna encourages others to stay safe and keep alert when out at night.
Holly uses her unique way of coping with depression to inspire others.
Young people are encouraged to try more local activities by Callum and his team.
Fire safety among young people is encouraged by Lucy Morgan.
Young people from Cheshire highlight the impact of having a parent in prison.
Following her own mental health struggles, Miriam Jarvis shows recovery is possible.
The potential health risks of energy drinks are presented by Beth Slater.
Passionate about protecting the planet, Leah asks for help to make positive change.
Animal enthusiast Adam Hall is dispelling negative stereotypes of bats.
Cultural differences in relationships are celebrated by Polish-born Veronica Biegańska.
Dispelling misconceptions about ADHD, Andrew sheds light on the disorder.
Using her experience of grief, Gennifer Graham hopes to help others coping with loss.
By sharing a day in his life, ‘Zack’ uncovers the truth about transgender.
Keen for people to better understand homelessness, Antonia Weaver tells her story.
Speaking about her feelings helped Mia Sweet overcome depression.
Khizer wants more young Asian Scots to learn about their past.
The tales of young adult carers, as told by Carina Andrews and her team.
Hayley Mills encourages young people to be vigilant about their health.
By raising awareness of human trafficking, Kevin Ackermann hopes to help tackle the crime.
Laura encourages those with mental health issues to speak not hide.
The physical and emotional benefits of dance are addressed by Lauren Spencer.
A teenager from Cheshire is warning young people about the dangers of cannabis.
Juliana Appiah-Dankwah from London inspires young women to see their own beauty.
Sharing tales of parenthood, a group aim to show that young mums aren’t monsters.
A group from Yate show young people what their home town has to offer.
A group from County Derry/Londonderry show young people the importance of voting.
Mum-of-two Lauryn Breslan provides a glimpse into life as a young mum.
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