inspiring young people to reach their full potential and promoting peace in our communities
WHAT WE DO
Our work has three strategic focuses:
We work directly with young people at our Academies, developing their potential through integrated programmes of support and inclusion using our Five Pillars model
Via our Alliance, we exchange skills, knowledge and support with community-based partners around the world to strengthen our and their youth-focused programmes
young people accessed services at our London Academy in 2022
Fight for Peace Alliance partner organisations around the world
Collectives coordinated by Fight for Peace in Brazil, Jamaica and the UK
countries in which Fight for Peace works directly and/or via trained
years supporting young people and promoting peace in communities around the world
Footballer, uni student and Fight for Peace Youth Worker, Angel shines light on some of the issues women face in sport, from stereotyping to inappropriate behaviour from male coaches.
Head of Operations, James Morgan talks the power of language when telling young people’s stories, and why amplifying the truth is key in supporting their growth.
During the annually recognised World Day of Social Justice, we take a moment to reflect on how our work supporting young people contributes to a fair and just society.