By Jenny Oklikah, Fight for Peace CEO”Looking back at 2022, I am filled with a deep sense of admiration and pride for our incredible team of young people and colleagues, who have shown phenomenal resilience and determination across the year. Following on the...
As we approach the end of the year, we checked in with our ACT-AS-1 Partnership Manager, Rachel Henry to find out how the last 18 months have been for the ACT-AS-1 team: “Last month, ACT-AS-1 hosted a celebration event, bringing our network together and looking back...
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...
It’s been just over a year since the launch of our ACT-AS-1 project (All Communities Together Are Strong), which aims to bring together organisations in the borough of Newham to improve the safety, wellbeing, and future prospects of young people. Particular focus lies...
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