We were thrilled to have recently received a visit from Fight for Peace creative partners, Brave Bison, who delivered the first of a series of content creation workshops to a group of our Young Creatives! The Young Creatives project brings together young people with...
Sarah Hussain is a medical student, writer and aspiring photographer who has been a Fight for Peace member for around three years, and is now also a member of the Young Creatives project. In her most recent blog, she shares some powerful insight into how she...
At Fight for Peace, our values (Champion, Solidarity, Embracing, Inspiring and Courage) lie at the heart of what we do in supporting young people in our communities to realise their full potential. These values are also key in allowing us to create a positive and...
At the start of 2023 a new and exciting Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) class was added to the Fight for Peace Academy timetable! The session, which is led by coach John McFadyen welcomes young people aged 14-25 of all abilities, and takes place in the Academy Dojo at 5.30pm...
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