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James examines everyday human activity and its impact on the environment in this thought-provoking and reflective short film starring sister, Emily.
Zara and Resmie from Well Green Primary School have put together this dynamic news-style campaign film with some shocking statistics about endangered animals.
Lucy and Jessica from Well Green Primary School are on a crusade to end pollution. Help them by watching their short film and following their excellent advice.
Zaynab wants to put an end to the scandalous waste of food in the developed world while others endure food shortages.
Eden's choice of imagery in this beautiful film reminds us of just how much we have to lose if we don't protect our planet.
In this moving film, young people speak from the heart about their concerns for the environment and their fears for a future lived in an increasingly broken world.
The Kids in Museums Youth Panel have been exploring the climate crisis through museum objects, each one a sobering reminder of the urgent action needed.
In a world where the sexual harassment of women is often trivialised , Loredana and Sami have used role reversal to make viewers re-examine just how damaging the effects can be.
Mark and Tashan have taken part in the National Citizenship Service 'Keep Doing Good' project and have been looking at issues that affect their local community. Here they have created a campaign film in support of Black Lives Matter.
A thought-provoking film that asks viewers to help the disenfranchised in an unequal world.
The young people from NCS's 'Keep Doing Good' programme are campaigning to encourage everybody to do their bit to help others in need.
Young people from NCS provide a shocking insight into knife crime in Manchester. With nine knife crimes reported everyday, isn't it time to drop the knives and save lives?
Are schools doing enough to prepare young people for life in the real world? This film demands the curriculum be expanded to give pupils the practical knowledge they want and need.
Are schools really providing a safe and inclusive environment for students regardless of race, gender, religion or sexuality, or is it time the Department for Education did more?
Harriet and Daisy have produced this hard hitting and thought provoking film about the inequalities women face in modern society.
Kacey has used powerful images of environmental damage to remind us all that there is no planet B! She wants us all to take responsibility by Reducing, Reusing, Recycling.
Weronika, Zofia and Ella have created this short film to support the Black Lives Matter campaign.
Georgia, Evie, Lacey, Madilynn and Keeley are campaigning for a kinder world where nobody is judged for how they look or the religion or culture they belong to.
Ashton White's film highlights issues concerning racism in sport and what can be done to stamp it out.
The Youth-Led Commission on Separated Children are a group of young people campaigning for all unaccompanied and separated children arriving in the UK alone to have a guardian who will speak up for them.
Felix has an important message about protecting the wildlife in our seas from the dangers of litter.
This pupil from St Joseph's RC High School in Horwich asks what can be done to save planet Earth.
Freya and Ben are demanding more investment in the North West’s railways.
Students from the Westleigh School in Leigh, Greater Manchester want to end racism in football.