Written by Fight for Peace Alliance Programme Manager, Ana Vacas Fight for Peace Alliance partner, Pat Benson Community Sports Foundation (PBCSF) is a small local charity that is based in the Small Heath ward of Birmingham in the heart of the city centre. PBCSF uses...
February of this year marked an important moment in the history of the Fight for Peace Alliance in the UK with the conclusion of a three year project supported by the National Lottery Community Fund (NLCF). This project was aimed at strengthening the capacity of...
ACT-AS-1, a Collective of organisations working together to improve youth safety in Newham, has officially launched its new logo and visual identity. This logo was produced by young people from the project and represents the strength of collaborative working across...
Over the years we have worked with an abundance of inspiring young people, growing a team of dedicated athletes – many of whom have recently been putting in the hard work in preparation for their upcoming competitions. Back in February we saw muay thai...
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