hate crime they think of racism, which is about 70 per cent of our figures locally.
'But we're also seeing a dramatic rise in homophobic hate crime, transphobic hate
hate crime, Natasha Iregbu wants more people to report it. A 21-year-old from Edinburgh is lifting the lid on hate crime by urging more people who see it to report
hate crime by tackling it together.
I hope my campaign shows that hate crime against people with learning disabilities is wrong. It s a big issue in today s society
hate crime in Northern Ireland A young woman shocked by attacks on immigrants following Brexit has created a poster with Fixers to challenge the attitudes of people who commit hate
hate crime remains a problem. He was the victim of a homophobic attack that caused widespread shock and outrage across his community.
'Ashley' - who does not want to be indentified
hate crime. Jennifer Stevens and her team from Bolton are taking a stand against hate crime by encouraging people to speak out and report it.The 17-year-old and her group
hate crime. A Muslim woman who feels unsafe in her own city following a spate of hate crimes in the aftermath of Brexit is campaigning for unity.
With Fixers, Azizen
hate crime gather together and stand united.'
Concerned that hate crimes often go unchallenged, Haleemah Patel, who wears a niqab, is encouraging people who witness abuse to speak out against
hate crime. Olivia Garrett wants to stamp out hate crime by inspiring young people to celebrate each other s differences.The sixteen-year-old from Bristol hopes to show that no matter
crimes throughout Devon and Cornwall have increased this year and we take that very seriously,' he states.
Hate crime, particularly homophobia, can be really destructive to somebody s life, particularly
Fixers are excited to announce the launch of a new Youth Advisory Board.
Advice on what to do when you think you're on the verge of harming your baby.
'Ashley' is highlighting the fact that LGBTQ+ hate crime remains a problem.
Charlie has written a song about living with anxiety.
Lou is helping people to understand what it means to be non-binary.
A film showing how people censor their lives online.
This film is based on a real life story about how anxiety affects pupils in the classroom.
Emmanuel is urging young people to strive to achieve their career goals.
A film to help people see what an unhealthy relationship is.
A comic book to help people fight anxiety.
Caitlin's film aims to help with the transition from school to college.
A wristband design will help teachers spot young carers.
Marcus is highlighting the signs that someone may be feeling suicidal.
Leanne is fed up of people not believing that she is disabled.
Shannon is shining a light on life with anxiety.
Esther is encouraging young people to be themselves.
Kayleigh says coming out doesn't have to be a big deal.
Jordan wants people to understand complex PTSD.
Daniel is appealing to British teens to be grateful for what they've got.
Katie is showing people there's nothing queer about being gay.
Challenging teachers to support young carers.
Buses in our community don't accommodate the needs of young people.
Mason and Ellie are urging people to stop dressing to fit in.
Emily hopes her film will help people understand Alzheimer's and support families more.
Hannah wants to help young people dealing with grief.
Claire wants young people to persevere with their dreams.
Students are educating their peers about the prevalence of food poverty in the UK.
Sam used to be homeless and hopeless. He's turned his life around and wants others to know they can too.
Nancy wants children to think carefully about how they dispose of plastic.
Ciarán wants students to keep a lookout for vulnerable people in their midst on campus.
Why calories aren't the enemy - and healthy eating is so important.
James shows what life is like living with anxiety.
College students want to use media positively to prevent online dangers.
Katie says self-doubt held her back but boxing gave her self-belief
Archie looks after his younger sister and wants better understanding of what young carers do.
A group of aspiring actors are calling for better roles for black and Asian people.
A young mum wants social workers to listen and not judge.
Care leaver Julia is raising the aspirations of teenagers growing up in foster homes.
Mentoring can help with your self-esteem and career pathway.
Teachers need to respect the pupils and students need to respect the teachers.
Calli wants to help people understand the impact abuse has on a victim's life.
Stay safe as a pedestrian by turning off devices and concentrating on the road.
Lucy and Millie were the victims of cyberbullying.
A group questions why fast food options are plaguing their community
Ben Simms and his group from Watford FC are encouraging those with disabilities to work in sport.
Layne wants people to shun celebrities and choose real people as role models.
Welsh students want to reduce the stigma surrounding free school meal provisions.
A booklet designed to help people with their wellbeing.
A group of students from Worcester Uni have made wristbands promoting mental wellbeing.
Sarah wants to turn her driving test failures into motivation for disheartened learners.