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Benice raises awareness of autism in black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities.
Keen to challenge negative perceptions of boxing, Aona shows how the sport has helped him.
Understanding the impact of social anxiety disorder, Hannah shows that help is available.
A person’s rights during a stop and search are highlighted by Sanya and her team.
Fixers share ideas to improve young people’s mental health at The Feel Happy Fix Live.
Sakina and her team want racism to be a thing of the past.
'Máire' shows how bullying isn't always intentional.
Hiba wants FGM to be a thing of the past.
Keen for young people to be clear on cancer, Dan raises awareness of the symptoms.
By telling her story, Leia hopes to encourage young people who self-harm to seek help.
Sharing her experiences, Rachel encourages others to talk about mental health.
Chris Harkin and his team highlight the benefits of integrated education.
Along with her friend Gina, Bethany wants people in rural areas to learn first aid.
Believing in the benefits of books, Amy wants adults to share stories with children.
Targeted by bullies, Harnaam Kaur wants to show others the impact of hurtful words.
Hannah Murray and her team tackle gender stereotypes in sport.
Jack Welch encourages others to take an interest in history.
Sharing her experiences, ‘Rachel’ highlights the warning signs of abuse.
A Lancashire group challenge negative attitudes towards young people in care.
Fixers from across the UK team up to tackle young people’s mental health.
Annabelle Napper and her team use history to warn against discrimination.
After experiencing panic attacks, James Clark wants to help others cope with anxiety.
Dancer Alex Hey hopes to inspire other young people to get active.
Young farmers Gemma and Paul encourage others to take an interest in agriculture.
Using his experiences, Simon wants to help the police understand people with autism.
Determined to help end FGM, a group from London shed light on the practice.
After illegal drugs affected his mental health, Shaun reminds others of their dangers.
By telling her story, a Fixer helps others identify emotional abuse.
An Essex Fixer encourages young people living with alcoholic parents to seek support.
Rachel Wylie wants employers to give ex-offenders a chance in the workplace.
Taking safety seriously, Shaunna wants young people to be careful when out at night.
Diagnosed with a form of amnesia, Shauna wants to help others with mental health issues.
Following her parents’ divorce, Emily wants to help others affected by marriage breakdown.
Darryl is campaigning for more employment opportunities for young people.
Promoting positive body image, Maddie wants others to feel confident in their appearance.
Condemning ‘lad culture’, Maisie shows that sexist comments aren’t banter.
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.
Determined to stop young people smoking, Toby Jeffery warns of its health risks.
Ellie Emberson encourages young people to take an interest in politics.
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