Changemakers

Amoy Antunet

10 year old neuro-scientist and social media star Amoy Antunet talks about the power content can play in teaching younger generations.

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Ayo Norman-Williams

Student, artist and game designer Ayo Norman-Williams talks about the importance of games in generating communities and compelling new stories and the drive of young people to create for themselves.

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Gabby Tan

From eco-anxiety to mental health, what are young people talking about that the media isn’t? With her experience in youth engagement across a number of international organisations, Gabby shares how to join the conversation in a positive way.

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Joe the Doodle Boy

Joe the Doodle Boy, 11, has a unique art style which has gained thousands of fans on social media. He thinks there’s no such thing as being bad at art, and wants us all to get creative.

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Keedron Bryant

American Singer Keedron Byrant, whose song ‘I Just Wanna Live’ went viral last year, following the death of George Floyd, talks about how to be an authentic voice in mainstream media, in a world which demands change.

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Mateo Salvatto

Young tech entrepreneur Mateo Salvatto talks about how media can play a greater role in creating a more diverse and inclusive world for children.

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Omari the Vegan Chef

Omari McQueen, the 13 year old vegan chef, is already a published author and has his own TV show. He wants us to “think vegan” in all aspects of the creative and production process.

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Salma Mahamud

Former BBC Young Reporter winner and footballing star, Salma Mahamud, tells us about her experience as a muslim female footballer and why representation matters.

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Selorm Adonu & Marcus Austin

Selorm Adonu and Marcus Austin are 18 year old film makers from London with their own production company and an ambition to become influential black creatives and tell stories for the under-represented.

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Tilly Lockey

15 year old bionic arm model, TV presenter and social media influencer, Tilly Lockey, advocates for a less judgmental world by celebrating our differences rather than trying to look like everyone else. 

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