27/11/2020 – The Fight for Peace Alliance exists to support its member organisations to deliver the best possible support to young people. This comes through the sharing of the collective expertise contained among the over 120 member organisations, as well as...
20/11/2020 – Left behind in the digital divide, students in Kingston, Jamaica can’t continue their education while COVID-19 forces schools to remain closed. Two Community Based Organizations (CBOs) in the UP Unity & Peace programme, which is coordinated by...
11/11/2020- Fight for Peace has been awarded National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Tackling Inequalities Fund to help reduce the negative impact of COVID-19 and the widening of inequalities in sport and physical activity. Research shows...
05/11/2020 – Michael Appiah has a long association with Fight for Peace, he is currently a Youth Worker at our London Academy and was one of the very first Fight for Peace members back in 2007. During Youth Work Week 2020, Michael gives us his thoughts on the...
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