Our 2021 Annual Report looks at Fight for Peace’s work worldwide, amidst overcoming the COVID-19 pandemic, made possible by our supporters and friends.
Community members from Denham Town and Trench Town, in Kingston, Jamaica raise awareness of gender-based violence through a series of initiatives.
We sat down with ACT-AS-1 Project Lead, Richard Roach, to find out more about the aims of the ACT-AS-1 programme and its impact so far.
Steve, a member of our UP Unity & Peace programme in Kingston, Jamaica, shares his thoughts on the programme and his aspirations for the future.
Twenty young people have championed the cause of human rights in their communities in Kingston, Jamaica as part of the LinkUP project.
UP Unity & Peace participant, Aaliyah shares her achievements so far and highlights how our Jamaican Collective help her achieve her dreams.
Young people in Kingston, Jamaica use their voices to change perceptions of their community and challenge damaging stereotypes.
Young people in Denham Town participate in the SpeakUP project as a way to push against stigmas surrounding their communities.
Like children everywhere, young people in Denham Town, Kingston need spaces to play and have fun. That need is even greater in a community declared a Zone of Special Operations (ZOSO) - a joint initiative between the police and the military in Jamaica aimed at...
On the back of Child Month in Jamaica, Fight for Peace Country Lead in Jamaica, Kellie Magnus lays out the considerable challenges that face children and young people in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, the power of a collective approach to these challenges, and...