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
men who experience domestic abuse not to feel ashamed to come forward and seek help.
Nineteen-year-old Paris Robin from Bromley has created a film with Fixers challenging the misconception
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.
Hannah wants to educate young people about the dangers of eating disorders.
Tilly and Bella want to encourage women to leave violent relationships and find safety in shelters.
Cameron wants to educate people about Dyspraxia and how it can affect those who suffer from it.
Sophie wants to help people understand what it is like to be a young carer.
Millie wants to encourage women not to be defined by expectations and to pursue their ambitions.
Chelsie wants medical professionals to be more open with young mothers during pregnancy.
A group from Pembroke want their parents to understand their stress.
Best friends want people to know they're not alone in their mental health struggles.
Alexandra wants to help people understand more about Dissociative Disorder.
Hannah has made a video aimed at those struggling with a cancer diagnosis.
A campaign to reduce stigma surrounding the skin condition Vitiligo.
A campaign to encourage young people to talk about their feelings as they grow up.
Darius wants to change the perception of refugees as burdens on society.
Megan wants to help people understand more about Coeliac Disease
A group of young people want to make work experience compulsory again.
Abbie wants people to recognise the triggers of low self esteem
Matin wants people to think before they speak.
Timothy wants young people to understand the benefits of learning a musical instrument.
A group of young people want to make practical changes to the curriculum
Kayley is encouraging people to see the good in change.
Young children should be taught coping strategies for when their mood is low.
A group of young women want to stop sexual harassment
Two medical students want health professionals to be more sympathetic to cancer patients
Macauley wants more respect for those with disabilities
After leading the organisation for 10 years, Margo Horsley stands down
A group of teenagers from Portstewart want sexual harassment victims to speak up.
Zoe Long wants more people to start opening up about death.
Madison wants to show how fostering can benefit families.
Grace and Madeleine are campaigning to highlight the importance of drama classes in schools.
Is there something hiding behind your troubled teen?
Raveena wants people to talk about grief after she bottled up emotions following her father's death.
Crystal wants people to be survivors, not the victims.
It's okay to say you are not okay.
Paige is encouraging others to give up some time to help people in their community.
Jo says there's an urgent need for care before hitting crisis point.
Ruvimbo wants people to focus on the important things after she lost everything in a house fire.
Ebonie has created a booklet about light at the end of the tunnel.
A group of young people are calling for others to be open minded.
Carly wants people to feel good about themselves, not bad.
Two mums want to educate young girls about healthy relationships
Two Fixers deliver report on autism to politicians.
A group of young people want people to talk about autism.
A group of students are tackling suicide at college.
Dhra wants people to talk freely and not feel lonely.
Sophie wants to help others deal with school pressures.
Danny is rapping about drugs in a bid to stop others becoming addicts.
Report on body image presented to school nurses.
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.