To celebrate Youth Work Week, Fight for Peace’s Richard Roach wrote a blog giving some insight into his role as ACT-AS-1 Community Engagement Manager, and why partnering with youth organisations across Newham is so important in allowing us to best support young...
As we head into the final phase of 2022, we’re excited to share a new Fight for Peace partnership with Brave Bison! The leading new-era social media, marketing and tech company has joined forces with Fight for Peace in order to support us in delivering our Young...
Last week we were super excited to receive a visit from BAFTA Award winning actor Micheal Ward! Micheal came down to our Academy in North Woolwich to experience first hand some of the sessions we deliver, and meet the young people that make the environment at Fight...
This week with great excitement we launched a brand new all female Lutadoras boxing session at our London Academy! The sessions will run weekly on Tuesdays from 5.30pm-6.30pm in our main combat sports gym and are open to all girls and young women aged 14-25. They will...
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