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Prejudice can take many forms. It can occur on the grounds of race, ethnicity, religion or gender, but also because of age, disability, appearance or participation in particular pastimes.


Acts of prejudice do not always include violence or physical threat. Certain words, language and behaviour can also lead to discrimination.


These can demean other people and can have lasting effects on confidence and self-esteem.



See everything that Fixers have created on this issue by clicking on the icons to the right for completed campaign resources, news stories and our Youtube channel!



Many types of discrimination are against the law in the UK.

Click here to know your rights.




Want a sneak peak? Watch the films below, which are just two examples of the many Fixers campaigns that are making a difference.

Migration Story

Concerned by the negative stereotypes about immigrants in the local media, Exmouth Fixer Rugile Zoryte (17) is using her campaign to highlight the positive aspects of migration.  Click here to find out more.

I Feel...

A team of Fixers from County Durham, who have all suffered abuse due to their sexual orientation, have created this film aimed at challenging homophobic bullying. Click here to find out more.


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 Providing support and help for children no matter what problems they are experiencing.


Independent and confidential support for

victims of hate crime.



Charity campaigning to end mental health discrimination.







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