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In an ideal world, the lines of communication would be open and clear between all people. But in some cases, finding common ground with others can be a challenge.


Breaking down barriers with better understanding is important in strengthening relationships and increasing empathy between different groups of people. These are essential steps in learning to relate to each other.


Sharing stories, finding mutual interests and working together are the aims of the Fixers found on this page, who are all encouraging acceptance and communication in their communities and beyond.




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!


1 in 10 young people can’t cope with daily life and over 20% feel that they don’t have anyone to talk to.

(Source: BBC)




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

Heart Shaped Hand Gestures

Inspired by her friend Stephen Sutton, Hannah Telles (17) from Burntwood helped organise a Guinness World Record attempt in his name on World Laughter Day. Click here to find out more.

Media Diversity Story

Fixer Chelsey Jay (23) from Essex, frustrated by the lack of disabled actors featured in the media, secured the support of an Eastenders actress as she campaigns to make their castings more commonplace Click here to find out more.


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Relate offer advice, support, and information on a variety of relationship topics, all free and confidential too.


Samaritans provide 24-hour free, confidential advice on a variety of topics, from distress to suicidal thoughts.

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

Utilising sports, cultural and educational activities to broaden horizons, raise aspirations and offer pathways to achievement.


Offers advice and information on children, both for parents and fellow young people.

UK charity providing support to bereaved families and educating professionals about bereavement.





A childhood bereavement charity providing services to bereaved children, young people and their families in the UK.


Charity No 298643    Company No 2194957