Episode five of the Fighting Back podcast was released this week and focused on how interaction and engagement with the parents and carers of young people has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic. Fighting Back is a six-part podcast series contributing to the wider...
Fight for Peace publishes its 2020 Annual Report today, documenting the key moments, achievements, learning and challenges from a year like no other. COVID-19 had a major impact on both the needs of the young people and communities we serve, and the way in which we...
Nina is currently Head of Operations at the Fight for Peace London Academy, and has been practicing mindfulness for around eight years. As part of Mental Health Awareness Week, Nina tells us some of the ways that mindfulness and meditation can have a positive impact...
09/05/2021 – As we come towards the end of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK, we take a look at the work of young people at our Rio Academy who are leading the way in spreading the word and tackling taboos in mental health and wellbeing. In the...
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