Just over a week ago, we witnessed a watershed in UK combat sports, and a moment of contrasting fortunes for two elite athletes. Anthony Joshua was ultimately unsuccessful in his attempt to regain the world heavyweight boxing belts, while mixed martial arts star, Leon...
Twilight sessions at Fight for Peace provide young people aged between 7 and 14 with a fun introduction to combat sports, intertwined with an important focus on personal development. The mental and physical impact that boxing and martial arts can have supports us in...
Fight for Peace’s Employability Pillar aims to open doors and facilitate the route into the world of work. Michele da Silva is one of those who has made huge strides into employment, with support from Fight for Peace (Luta pela Paz) in Rio de Janeiro. Michelle hails...
Our all female and non-binary personal development group, Lutadoras are excited to be taking part in a new campaign, #FriendsCanTell as part of the Your Best Friend (YBF) project! The project aims to get young people discussing and developing confidence in...
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