It was with deep sadness and shock that we received the news last week of the sudden passing of Janice Eba, a colleague, mentor, youth worker and friend who had an enormous impact on the many lives she touched at Fight for Peace. Janice had a long association...
In the run up to the 2020 Olympics, Fight for Peace Chief Executive Officer, Jenny Oklikah, virtually attended the 47th session of the UN Human Rights Council to discuss the ways in which sport, and the Olympic ideal, are invaluable in promoting human rights for young...
Local young people in Maré, Rio de Janeiro are being supported to get qualified in specialist digital technology courses via Fight for Peace’s employability programme. The aim is to support them to access jobs in the technology sector, an area of employment offering a...
Fight for Peace has been awarded a second round of funding through Sport England’s Tackling Inequalities Fund (TIF) to help reduce the negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the widening impact of the inequalities in sport and physical activity. This funding...
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