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.
Maryam wants young people to make positive life choices.
David is encouraging teachers to support pupils with mental illness.
Students from different ethnicities are learning about each other's cultures.
Abbie and her team want people to report domestic violence.
Courtney tells how she became a carer aged nine after her dad was in a car accident.
Talulah is campaigning to end discrimination against transgender people.
Rachel wants those with mental health issues to talk about their feelings.
Nicole sheds light on why NI has the highest rate of suicide in the UK.
Fixers share tips on how to cope with mental illness.
Abbie says the pop star's battle with depression helped her recover.
Megan shows that people aren’t defined by where they live.
Conor landed a job after learning life skills on the pitch.
Darcie is encouraging more people to play sports.
Trainee car mechanic Gemima is tackling workplace gender stereotypes.
Marti is encouraging other disabled people seek job opportunities.
Women talk about FGM in film designed to help midwives.
Corin wants young people with mental health issues to be taken seriously.
Jordan wants to discourage teenagers from joyriding after he was arrested for driving a stolen car.
Dan tells how he was watching the TV drama when realised he was transgender.
Jenna is challenging the negative stereotypes of being a young mum.
Hannah and her team want to see an end to discrimination.
Connor Lunnun shows that teaching sport can be as rewarding as taking part.
Josie and her team want us to be positive rather than negative about disability.
Angharad is helping people with mental illness to find healthy coping mechanisms.
Alex wants people to recognise men can be victims of domestic abuse too.
Chantelle dispels misconceptions about the traveller community.
Psychology graduate, Scott, wants to improve the lives of autistic children with science.
Joseph wants people with disabilities to be treated just like everyone else.
A teenager from the Isle of Wight says volunteering sets you up for life.
Abigail is challenging misconceptions about food banks.
Dayna is using her own battle with depression to help others seek support.
Sally wants young people to talk about sexual consent, after she was attacked.
Louise wants young people to know the full dangers of smoking.
Milly is showing that some illnesses may be invisible, but they're not imaginary.
Jai wants us to be more accepting of transgender women.
Philip wants young people to stop wasting food.
Jessica shows how family and friends can help overcame mental illness.
Owen is inspiring young people to raise their aspirations through rap.
Antonia wants motorists to be more patient with new drivers.
Rachel wants to help young people who are struggling with self-harm.
Nat wants to show that having dyslexia isn't all bad.
Carleigh-Ann and her team show that homophobia is no joke.
John has turned his life of crime around and is showing others they can do the same.
Jacque wants young people to understand the consequences of crime.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.