Just who are young carers? What brings tears and smiles to their lives and where is the support? Read more
Beauty. How far will you go to achieve it? Our young journalists investigate! Read more
What can schools do to support children who are learning English as a second language? Read more
How will Brexit affect young people living along the land border between the UK and EU member state, the Republic of Ireland?. Read more
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We empower them to express themselves, tell their stories and change their lives.
Young people explore issues such as home and belonging, identity and stereotypes through photography as part of a research project.
In general Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) young people only access mental health services at crisis points. Headliners reporters investigate the issues.
What is the impact of cuts to semi-supported accommodation on vulnerable young people?
Why do some young people start selling drugs and what are the consequences for their friends and family?
Women feel that they are judged by individuals and society. This film highlights how they are spoken to.
Headliners quizzed two former British Prime Ministers, Tony Blair and John Major, on how they viewed the big question of the day, Brexit.
Headliners (UK) has launched its new website which will showcase young people's stories, campaigns, videos and podcasts on issues that are important to them. Read more
Headliners has been awarded a £40,600 grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop a project examining the role of Grime Music in the cultural development of London. Read more
Hear what young people have to say about the effect Headliners has had on their lives
Our partner organisations describe what it's like to work in collaboration with Headliners