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Channel 4 hosts an amazing new award winning youth reality series about how youth can change the world. Battlefront follows young pioneers on their mission to change the world. The show and project is entirely written, directed, & produced by young people active in making world change.

Battlefront is inspiring, and a must see show for anyone interested in how our youth can make positive changes in the world.

Channel 4
4 Seasons, 56 Episodes
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  • As the Battlefront campaigners have become young adults, how easy has it been for them to hold on to their ideals, growing up in a Britain crippled by recession and youth unemployment?

  • Getting a job these days can be a bit of an ordeal. Comedian Russell Kane takes a sideways look at the funny side of this all-too-timely issue.

  • Recent graduate Myles moved back home with his parents while hunting for work. Getting a job has proved more difficult than he imagined, and he's becoming increasingly worried about his future.

  • Ava graduated in Broadcast Journalism and now wants to take her unemployment campaign to top politicians, with the help of Political Editor of Metro John Higginson, Alisatair Campbell and Paloma Faith

  • Kealy from West London is a 23-year-old single mum of two who has been living on benefits for four years. Her parents were also on benefits and she's desperate to break the cycle.

  • Twenty-year-old Chelsie from Thamesmead has applied for over 100 jobs. She is desperate to break into the charity sector but worries that if she doesn't get a job soon she'll be labelled unemployable.

  • Hope and Abby are campaigning to get as many people as possible to sign the organ donor register. They've organised a huge Sign-Up Day with a free concert from Alexandra Burke.

  • Joseph and Hafsah want to draw attention to the massive problem of youth unemployment by organising a huge Walk for Work to Westminster.

  • Shereece Marcantonio is trying to get better sex education on to the national curriculum. She wants Jamal Edwards - the founder of SBTV, the UK's biggest online music channel, and one of Britain's youngest entrepreneurs - to officially endorse her campaign.

  • Billy and Richard are on a mission to get more young people to play sport. Having been helped through disability and depression by wheelchair basketball, they know that their campaign could change thousands of lives.

  • Battlefront campaigners Hope and Abby are running a life-saving campaign to increase the number of people on the organ donor register.

  • Battlefront campaigners Joseph, 18, and Hafsah, 17, take their youth unemployment campaign to the Underage Festival in London, where some huge music acts are performing to 10,000 13 to 17-year-olds.

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