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Resources

Fixers are tackling a huge range of issues by creating an enormous variety of resources, including short films and documentaries, animations, music videos, viral ads, websites, apps, books, promotional literature, teaching packs, school workshops, and more.

 

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A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Headout

A group from Peterborough have created a website with the help of Fixers, offering young people with mental health conditions a forum where they can discuss their feelings confidentially with others. Led by Cydney Beagley, 17, Megan Hulme, 16, and Andrew Cooley, 16, the Fixers hope to their ‘Headout’ website will raise awareness of such issues and encourage those experiencing problems to seek help.

Issues: Mind

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Ask Joe

A group of unemployed Fixers from Falkirk have created a website to help young people find work. Led by Alexander Podmore, 23, the team hope the site, which provides employment tips, inspires others their age not to give up when looking for a job.

Issues: Work+Play

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