We use cookies to enhance your visit. By continuing to browse you are agreeing to our use of cookies.       About Our Cookies right arrow     Accept and Hide cookie policy

Donate to the Fixers Charity
23.4k
image
image
image
image
image
image
image
image

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.

 

Browse through our catalogue of Fixers resources below, refine by issue or search by keyword.

 

We would love to hear what you think about our work! Please send your feedback to talk2me@fixers.org.uk. For other requests, inlcuding higher resolution hard copies, call us at 01962 810970.

 

Please see our Terms & Conditions for guidelines on the use of any material from this website.

Filter resources by issue:

Fixers Films

282 search results
displaying 1 - 4 of 282. See All

More Fixers Films

32 search results
displaying 1 - 4 of 32. See All

Fixers Posters and Publications

52 search results
displaying 1 - 4 of 52. See All

Fixers Audio Resources

0 search results

Fixers Websites and Apps

5 search results
displaying 1 - 4 of 5. See All
After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Men Get Eating Disorders Too

After developing an eating disorder in his teens, Brighton Fixer Sam Thomas, 21, wants to raise awareness about such conditions in men. With the help of Fixers, he has created the website called 'Men Get Eating Disorders Too' to help other male sufferers, so they can seek the support and help they need.

Issues: Mind

Two Fixers from Liverpool have turned their back on a life of a crime and have set up a website with the help of Fixers, warning others to stay on the right side of the law. Sisters Tasha and Kemi Ryan are now educating others on the effect convictions can have on your future.

Reformed

Two Fixers from Liverpool have turned their back on a life of a crime and have set up a website with the help of Fixers, warning others to stay on the right side of the law. Sisters Tasha and Kemi Ryan are now educating others on the effect convictions can have on your future.

Issues: Crime, Drugs

Aware of the devastating consequences of becoming addicted to Mephedrone, 17-year-old ‘Milly’ wants to prevent others from trying the drug. With Fixers, she’s helped create this android app to show young people the realities of experimenting with “Meow Meow,” and to encourage those already taking it to seek the support they need to stop.

Don't Meow Meow App

Aware of the devastating consequences of becoming addicted to Mephedrone, 17-year-old ‘Milly’ wants to prevent others from trying the drug. With Fixers, she’s helped create this android app to show young people the realities of experimenting with “Meow Meow,” and to encourage those already taking it to seek the support they need to stop.

Issues: Drugs

Concerned that the popularity of social networking sites has given rise to online bullying, Newcastle Fixer Anthony Howie (18) and his team have launched a website offering victims help on how to stay safe on the internet.
The website ‘Safeguarding Online Information’ explains what cyberbullying is and where victims can go to find help.

Safeguarding Online Information

Concerned that the popularity of social networking sites has given rise to online bullying, Newcastle Fixer Anthony Howie (18) and his team have launched a website offering victims help on how to stay safe on the internet. The website ‘Safeguarding Online Information’ explains what cyberbullying is and where victims can go to find help.

Issues: Safety

After being bullied at school for being gay, Leeds Fixer Bobbiejoe Courtney (17) has helped create a website to support LGBTQ young people.
With help from Fixers and his team, the site provides a place for youth to see real-life stories from people who’ve had similar experiences.

LGBTQ Leeds

After being bullied at school for being gay, Leeds Fixer Bobbiejoe Courtney (17) has helped create a website to support LGBTQ young people. With help from Fixers and his team, the site provides a place for youth to see real-life stories from people who’ve had similar experiences.

Issues: Prejudice

Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.

Charity No 298643    Company No 2194957