A young gay man from Bristol has spoken out about the racism he's experienced in the LGBT community.Read the full story ›
Natasha, from Plymouth, is facing the prospect of total sight loss at some point in the future.Read the full story ›
Ashley Carter was bullied throughout his school years, but now he is fighting back against the bullies.Read the full story ›
A young disabled woman from Taunton in full time work and with her own home campaigns to tackle unemployment amongst disabled people.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Wiltshire, whose family recently adopted a child, is urging other families to open their doors to foster children.Read the full story ›
Teenagers are campaigning to make things friendlier with bus drivers in Dorset.Read the full story ›
A young father left paralysed after a drink-driving accident has a powerful warning about the devastating impact alcohol can have.Read the full story ›
An aspiring actress from Cornwall is tackling the modern pressure to look perfect and trying to boost young people's self-confidence with a new project.
18-year-old Maddie Wilshire from Truro used to have huge problems with her weight as she struggled to live up to the idealised images she saw everywhere in magazines and on screen.
Now she's trying to help people celebrate their differences rather than wishing they looked like everyone else. She's teamed up with Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to produce posters and postcards celebrating those differences.
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A Somerset teenager is calling for foster carers to be better trained on how to look after lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) young people.
In our regular update from Fixers, the campaign that gives young people a voice, we bring you the story of 18-year-old Emma Willoughby, who realised she was bisexual while in foster care.
She found the views of her conservative foster parents upsetting and struggled to open up to them about her sexuality. She wants foster parents to have more information on these issues, and has created a suggestion booklet with the Fixers campaign.
She will also be holding workshops with new foster carers through the Somerset Foster team, who are supporting the campaign.
A recent survey suggests as many as one in five teenagers may have self-harmed.
It is rarely discussed and carries a strong social taboo.
In our latest update from Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - a woman from Bristol is using her own experience to raise awareness.
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