Fight for Peace Alliance member organisations from across the UK gathered at the Fight for Peace Academy in North Woolwich at the end of March to complete training aimed at developing youth employment programmes for delivery in their local communities. Pathways to...
In the first of a series of thought pieces written by the team at Fight for Peace, our Academy Director, Jean-Pierre Moore shares his experiences of working in corporate environments in the UK, the barriers that can exist to accessing these sectors, and the importance...
Promise is a Fight for Peace Young Creative, an Architecture Technology student, a muay thai athlete, and a member of the North Woolwich community. We asked him for some of his time to pick his brain on what the world looks like through the eyes of an architect, what...
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 delves into the importance of paying attention to...
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