education. Having seen the impact herself, Mhairi Smith from Edinburgh wants others to know about the life-changing effects of peer education.
The 24-year-old, who volunteers as a peer
education whilst I was in year seven one hour or two hours per week. I believe young people leaving an education should be equipped with knowledge of politics and economics
education up until this point has always been the same and I feel like now this is a big step forward in educating young people on not just sex, but what
education. Tired of sectarianism in Northern Ireland, Chris Harkin thinks giving more young people access to an integrated education could bring communities closer together.
The 17-year-old from Larne
education. Wanting to show young people the benefits of education without giving them a lecture, Ellie James has found a creative way to encourage others to embrace the opportunities available
education. After playing truant from school got her into trouble, a 16-year-old from the Isle of Sheppey is making sure other young people don t miss out on an education
education count, Ali adds.'It will benefit you in the future.'
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education for those with learning disabilities. Julia Brown has drawn on her experiences with learning disabilities to highlight the benefits of art education for others facing similar struggles.
education. Keen to help asylum seekers who want to attend university, Anna Lewis is urging institutions to offer reduced fees and bursaries, so those forced to flee their home countries
education was - now I want to encourage young people to do as well as they can in school.'
A professional boxer is encouraging young people to 'learn from his mistakes
Leon wants homeless people to be given a fair chance.
Ffion and her team are warning of the dangers of sexting
Sefton is helping to protect people against cyber crime.
Emma-Louise wants to encourage young women from Falkirk to achieve their goals
Rebecca wants young people to take a 'mental health pause'
Chris wants people with mental health issues to celebrate their differences
Lee and his group want people to be kind in their daily lives
Jemima wants to promote activity groups for young people with disabilities
Tatiana wants to show that people with disabilities can live independent lives
Louie is campaigning for more gender neutral toilets.
Connor wants to encourage men to feel happy about how they look
Proscovia wants schools to do more to help bereaved youngsters.
Paige Sheerin is encouraging young people to volunteer.
Emma wants health professionals to individualise treatment of eating disorders
Martin wants to encourage people not to be held back by their disability
Tian and his team are campaigning for a skatepark in their community.
Sian is campaigning for the use of natural flood management measures.
Rediat wants to thank Britain for giving her a safe place to live
Young people from Sittingbourne are helping others deal with anxiety.
Caitlen is encouraging young people not to drink underage
Karabo wants society to stop putting negative labels on people from urban communities.
Bilal and his team dispel misconceptions about Islam.
Andrew wants people to understand autism better
Dylan and his team are warning young people of the dangers of alcohol.
Bethany wants to help youngsters build resilience against labels
Izak wants to prevent coastline pollution
Meghann wants teachers to better understand absence seizures
Lysette wants more women to get into construction
Jonathan and Georgia are warning young people about sextortion and grooming
Rosie-Anne wants to make the transition from school to college less scary
Carla and Naomi want to show the dangers of texting while driving
Courtney wants to show how creativity can help people deal with challenges
Guy wants to encourage people to creatively shape their community
Scott wants people to recognise that families come in all shapes and sizes
Robyn wants young people to open up about their mental health problems
Alice wants more girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and maths
"Kelly" wants the public to understand irritable bowel syndrome better
Young people put forward recommendations to tackle child sexual exploitation and abuse
Tolu is showing young people that anything is possible.
Ashleigh wants young people to befriend the elderly in their community
Nicole Barrow and her team want young people to be taken more seriously.
Connor* wants to warn young people about the dangers of joy riding
Zahra Dadd wants people from dual cultural identities to celebrate all parts of their heritage
Matt is warning of sexual predators using online games.
Ayesha wants young people to get involved in politics
Isaac wants to prevent birds of prey being persecuted
Kobe wants to encourage respect for people who serve in the armed forces
Sisters Emma and Toni want to prevent people from taking their own lives
Raymond is calling on employers to see past jobseekers' disabilities
Aneica is urging people with IBD to live life to the full
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