A young disabled athlete from Southend is campaigning for year-round media coverage of disabled sports because he's fed up with the current peaks and troughs around events like the Paralympics.
James Ireland wants disabled sports to be taken more seriously, and he's enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to make his point.
Watch his video report above.
It can shatter self confidence and make women's lives a misery.
Losing their hair can be a traumatic experience and its estimated that alopecia affects more than 300,000 girls and women in the East of England.
In our latest update from Fixers - the campaign that gives youngsters a voice - a teenager from Witham in Essex wants to make life easier for those with the condition.
Click below to watch the report
As young people across our region contemplate returning to school after the Easter Break, a young woman from Basildon is urging them to listen to their hearts when choosing their future studies. Leigh-Ann Ncube says she made mistakes about her own path, which she now regrets, and has enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to urge others to do what they enjoy. Watch her film below and click here to find out more about Fixers.
It's the inspiring story from a young man from Peterborough who's fighting his cancer with the help of some super-heroes.
Ben Clifton has enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to pass on his message to other teens.
He believes that staying strong can help you battle the disease and he's using comic book heroes to help him prove it.
Click below to hear Ben's story
A young model from Essex is calling on the media to give disabled people due prominence, since they represent one in sixth of the population in our region.
Chelsey Jay says disabled people are woefully under-represented and has enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to make her point in a powerful viral ad.
A third of school children say they have been bullied online, while one in thirteen say they're the victims of continuous abuse, according to a bullying charity.
Now a young man from Harwich is calling on websites to install a panic button for victims, after himself facing online abuse.
He's enlisted the help of Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, to get his message out.
Click below to hear Tom's story
You may have never heard of it, but the chances are you know someone who has it.
Dyspraxia is a condition that makes daily tasks more difficult and it affects as many as one in ten people, including stars like actor Daniel Radcliffe and singer Florence Welch.
Yet it remains relatively unknown.
In the latest update from Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, a Cambridge man is trying to open eyes to the condition, as well as provide local support.
Click below to hear Ben's story
Youngsters from across the region are helping put forward a series of proposals aimed at cutting road deaths. More than 400 young people, aged between 16 and 24, die every year on our roads. The initiative is part of ITV's Fixers campaign.
There is a growing epidemic of mental health issues amongst young people, according to the relationship charity Relate - with around one in four suffering some form of depression.
A group of teenagers from Peterborough were so shocked by how many of their peers were affected they set up a new forum, with the help of ITV Fixers.
Click below to watch the ITV Fixers project.
For information about ITV Fixers visit the website.