Lauren and her group from Shropshire educate others about sexual health.
Austen Taylor Wright wants to help stamp out homophobic bullying.
By sharing her own experiences, Leah Scott sheds light on the hidden homeless.
Living with hypermobility syndrome, Sophie wants to raise awareness of hidden conditions.
Darren Lavender and his team raise awareness of specific language impairment.
Concerned that young people are too often judged negatively, Gopal tackles stereotypes.
Damian Richardson wants to tackle the stigma attached to young people on benefits.
Concerned about speeding on rural roads, Peter Charlton urges drivers to slow down.
Bullied for having a disability, Joseph urges others to step in and stop abuse.
900 people gather across the UK to share hugs for Stephen Sutton.
Convinced that youth clubs can benefit communities, James campaigns against cuts.
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Keziah Bell shows other parents the benefits of giving their children healthy meals.
Diagnosed with ME, Hannah wants to help people better understand the condition.
Michelle Gore wants young people to limit the time they spend using technology.
After living a life online, Craig warns of the dangers of excessive internet use.
Keen to have her message heard, Laura urges people not to judge on sexuality.
Sarah highlights the value of volunteering in helping young people back into work.
Eloise Sears urges others to reflect on the way they respond to bullying.
By highlighting the reality of vision loss, Richard challenges misconceptions.
John Langley and his team promote social groups for young people with disabilities.
Living with hypermobility syndrome, Ruth wants to raise awareness of the condition.
A young man from Coleraine aims to stop abuse from continuing down generations.
Frank Dillon is challenging negative perceptions of young people in east Belfast.
Young people from County Down want to make communities safer by ridding them of drugs.
Ali Rashid wants young people to take study seriously.
After a bad experience, 'Jayme-Leigh' urges doctors to empathise with patients.
Targeting his campaign at teenagers, Curtis shows the dangers of legal highs.
Emma wants to train foster carers to support LGBT young people.
Adam attempts to dispel myths about bats being scary.
Keeley Wilcox wants women to feel confident, by learning to love themselves.
Diagnosed with chronic cluster headaches, Chloe raises awareness of the condition.
Diagnosed with psychosis, ‘Tom’ challenges the stigma surrounding mental ill health.
Promoting volunteering, a team from South Wales encourage others to give it a go.
A group from Rochdale want more support for people with mental health conditions.
Raising awareness of facial palsy, Maria wants others to understand the condition.
Aware that men also face domestic abuse, Jennifer wants those affected to seek help.
Using her experiences, Lucy Morgan highlights the dangers of playing with fire.
By celebrating intercultural relationships, Veronica wants to bridge divides.
Nigerian-born Fixer Emmanuel wants people to be more accepting of asylum seekers.
Connor urges people with mental health issues to ask for help.
Magician Aaron McKnight encourages young people to go for their goals.
Wanting others to be clear on cancer, Wrexham Fixers shed light on the symptoms.
Leigh-Ann encourages young people to choose a path that is right for them.
Rachel Collins highlights the benefits of exercise on mental health.
Hoping to change attitudes, Daniel shows the prejudice faced by people with albinism.
Naomi Ferguson wants employers to give those with learning difficulties a fair chance.
By sharing her story, Paula Duffy hopes to help others experiencing anxiety issues.
Kieran and his team want to stop mental health being trivialised in the classroom.
Condemning lad culture, Maisie challenges sexist attitudes towards women.
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