men to be confident whatever they look like A student who got depressed when he started to lose his hair while he was still at school has created a poster to help
help for issues ranging from how to look after children to how to deal with the custody of children.
But a lot of the time, men do not help themselves
Men shouldn't be ashamed to seek help, says 'Brynn' A young man is challenging the taboo that victims of male domestic violence feel, which often makes them too ashamed
help men tackle eating disorders.
Men are beginning to talk about eating disorders, but there is still a long way to go. With the workshops and the peer support network
men being abused isn t given enough recognition and we want to raise awareness of it, says Ollie.
We wanted to help make the charities that support men who are being
Men on average are less likely to seek direct emotional help and social support.
The most important way to help suicidal men of all ages is to get the message
men experiencing domestic abuse to seek help. By showing a man being verbally and physically attacked by his partner, Tamer Maclean and Danny Scott want others to realise that it s not just
help both women and men recognise the signs and encourage them to report domestic violence, in the same way that they d report any other type of unacceptable behaviour.
helping Connor to encourage young men to feel happy about how they look.
A film about his efforts was shown on ITV News Meridian (W) on November 9th.
help. A 23-year-old from Cookstown, County Tyrone is dispelling the myth that men are always the aggressors in abusive relationships.
William Hogg wants more people to realise that
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.
Mentoring can help with your self-esteem and career pathway.
Care leaver Julia is raising the aspirations of teenagers growing up in foster homes.
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.
Jacob wants those with disabilities to be encouraged to pursue a career in sports.
A group of young people are reaping the benefits of outdoor learning.
A music video created by young carers to help the public better understand them.
Lily wants people to understand what it is like living with autism.
Air fresheners have been designed to stop people using their phones behind the wheel.
Jay Connor wants people to realise that their last pint isn't worth a life.
A booklet for bullies drawing on the experienced of the bullied.
The peer pressure to carry a knife is not worth a life.
Lucinda wants young people to be aware of the responsibilities of driving.
I want people to embrace their scars and love their bodies.
Sam Barakat wants to change the way that CAMHS services are accessed.
Scottish teenagers are calling for schools to promote cultural inclusion.
Ben Dalton is campaigning for legislation to be imposed to limit the age of coach tyres.
Cassy's message to drivers is a phone call is not worth a life.
Georgia explains what it's like living with a mental health condition.
Fixers from across the South East congregated to have a serious talk about social mobility
Izzy wants people to understand more about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
A group of students are raising awareness about manipulative behaviours.
A group of young women are challenging society's perception on body image.
Kirstie wants faster help for terror victims.
Fehaz wants drivers to be aware of the consequences of unsafe driving
A group of students are encouraging people to stay safe on the roads.
Young people want more better peer support services made available in the UK.
Abbie wants young actors to know the dangers of casting adverts online.
Jessie wants young people to understand what it's like to live with a stammer.
Jess Starns announced one of the most influential people with a disability
Becky has created a booklet for people visiting loved ones in prison.
Sophie wants to show how it feels to have an illness that people can’t see or don’t understand.
Liam wants young entrepreneurs to make their dreams a reality.
Hafsa wants women to pursue their interests without judgement.
Mary-Anne and Lucy want more people to understand dermatillomania.
Tilly and Bella want to encourage women to leave violent relationships and find safety in shelters.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.