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Peace activist Iris Andrews, 19, and gun crime lobbyist Jae'don Fearon, 13, are two of the fresh faces appearing in an exhibition depicting 'Exceptional Youth' in association with Enterprise Week's Make Your Mark campaign.

Photographs of bright young Britons are on display in the National Portrait Gallery as part of an initiative to inspire and encourage young people. Campaigners and socially minded youngsters such as Amnesty activist Alicia Kearns and scientist Lydia Arnold are featured in the exhibition, alongside celebrities such as Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, model and Global Angels ambassador Lily Cole and rapper Dizzee Rascal. "The young people I've photographed for the exhibition find themselves in a place not of their own design," said photographer Emma Hardy. "My pictures try to reflect the struggle of their journey, as well as the possible rewards."

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