By climbing a mountain, Abbie and her team show others that obstacles can be overcome.
Using his experiences, Craig highlights the dangers of spending too much time online.
Rachel Byrne and her team want employers to give ex-offenders a chance.
By telling his story, Daniel hopes to tackle misconceptions surrounding albinism.
Allie Mackinnon wants mental health to be discussed more openly in schools.
Bringing the community together, Katie Fryers and her team organise a litter pick.
Steven Blair and his team want to support homeless young people in Fife.
Kieran Mulvaney and his team want mental health to be taken seriously.
Using her experiences, “Sarah” calls for better support for survivors of rape.
Keen to put a stop to abusive behaviour, Dougie explores why people become bullies.
Campaigning to end domestic abuse, Natalie Gresham wants those affected to seek support.
Emma calls for more support for LGBT young people in foster care.
Ellie Emberson encourages young people to take an interest in politics.
Determined to stop young people smoking, Toby Jeffery warns of its health risks.
Shannon Finan hopes to inspire young people to feel body confident.
'Emma' wants young people to be taught how to recognise abusive behaviour.
Eager to improve relations between young and old, Sarah brings people together.
Keen to put the brakes on speeding drivers, Peter Charlton promotes road safety.
Concerned that disabled models are overlooked, Elesha wants to change attitudes.
After it helped her combat anxiety, Siobhan points to the positives of pole fitness.
Students are urged to improve their home security by Fixer Robbie Banham.
Keen to stamp out hate crime, Natasha Iregbu wants more people to report it.
Vocal about the benefits of music, James wants others to sing or play an instrument.
Sharing her story, Antonia Weaver encourages better support for the homeless.
‘Michael’ highlights the detrimental impact alcoholism can have on families.
Speaking openly about mental health struggles is encouraged by Holly Cranston.
A group from Bolton want to see lower bus fares for young people.
Carrickfergus 'petrol heads' look to change negative views on modified cars.
Shaking the stigma, Rachael Johnston encourages support for BPD.
Highlighting the dangers of legal highs, Curtis Miller hopes to educate others of the risks.
Lauren Spencer shows how dance helped her to overcome adversity.
Against female genital mutilation, Hiba Warsame campaigns to end the practice.
Changing negative perceptions of the circus, Liza Ryan explains how it has helped her.
A survivor of child abuse speaks out about her experience.
The potential dangers of energy drinks are addressed by Carly Wilson.
Kyle Simmons has become a voice for care leavers following his successful campaign.
A team of cheerleaders from Belfast want their sport to be taken seriously.
Wanting an end to child marriage, Amerah Saleh campaigns to protect young girls.
A Leeds group wants young pedestrians to take road safety seriously.
Affected by her parents’ divorce, Emily helps others caught up in marriage breakdown.
Champion para-carriage driver Charlotte inspires others to pursue new challenges.
Fixers and Prince Charles help mark one year of Step Up To Serve’s #iwill campaign.
Educating others about Asperger’s, Jack Simmons encourages better understanding.
When it comes to serious illnesses, Jordan Daly reminds others that age plays no role.
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.
Sharing advice from his role models, Jordan Moore hopes to help media graduates.
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