Catherine wants children to learn about their 'private parts' to keep them safe
Antony tells how being picked on in school turned him into a bully
Jade wants transport to be free for unpaid carers
Jamie wants people to watch how much they drink
Alicia, who has Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, tells of her struggle
Jake wants to show how unemployment affects young people
Tonicha, 19, has created wristbands to help people with mental illness
Eve is helping young people to cope with exam stress.
Charlie says youngsters caring for relatives with addictions can access support too
Chloe wants to break the stigma concerning different substances
Aaron, who began smoking cannabis when he was 12, warns others off drugs
James Connolly wants to end suicide in Northern Ireland.
Marvin and Louise, who live in a hostel, are keen to quell misconceptions
Ryan Dack shows that having a disability doesn't mean you can't play sports.
I want to show that street harassment is unacceptable
Nat says wheelchair basketball has changed his life
Lewis is encouraging young people to get involved with volunteering
Josh, who is a boxer, wants young people to work hard in school
Rianna wants young people to behave appropriately in formal situations
Ruby is encouraging families to give foster children a home.
Calum is encouraging young people to volunteer abroad.
James Ellis, who has cerebral palsy, is thrilled to be performing
Ben is encouraging youngsters to pursue a career in the fishing industry
Kerry and her team want young people to learn bagpiping.
Matthew is encouraging young people to play sports.
Buddy, who was told he'd be dead by the time he was 21, has turned his life around
Lara thinks people with speech disorders should be entitled to interpreters
'Amelia' is raising awareness about 'kinship care'.
Joshua, who has Tourette's, tells how he became a target.
'Laura' suffered sexual abuse as a child and is campaigning to help others
Thalia is encouraging victims of bullying to speak out.
Azizen is calling for a unified country following a rise in hate crime.
Jodie is encouraging people to stop behaving like bullies.
Fern, who is blind, says she has a positive outlook on life.
Ross is disappointed his youth club has closed and fears children will miss out.
Sam gives his top tips for living independently after a life in care.
Kathryn is showing that with the right support, people can live independently.
Rosie is helping young people to make the transition from school to college.
Glen has directed a play showing how cyber bullying can escalate.
Mia wants drivers to think twice before drink driving.
Hannah and Connor want people struggling with mental health issues to speak out.
Sarah and Emma say it's okay to say no to dangerous challenges like Nekmominate.
Jackie tells how she was abused in a dramatised Snapchat style video.
In the past year alone, Janette has spent 100 days in hospital battling Crohn's.
Freya is urging gardeners to help prevent a decline in the bee population.
Casey tells how she broke the cycle of crime.
Louise and Emily are teaching children about where food comes from.
Kieran & Jessica are warning people about the dangers at beaches.
Lucie is urging parents to protect children's teeth from decay caused by sugar.
Hayley Coombs is using her experiences with asthma to help children manage the condition.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.