Footballer, uni student and Fight for Peace Youth Worker, Angel shines light on some of the issues women face in sport, from stereotyping to inappropriate behaviour from male coaches.
Head of Operations, James Morgan talks the power of language when telling young people’s stories, and why amplifying the truth is key in supporting their growth.
During the annually recognised World Day of Social Justice, we take a moment to reflect on how our work supporting young people contributes to a fair and just society.
In a new project led by filmmaker Aladdin Benberna, Fight for Peace Young Creatives embark on a documentary as part of Newham Month 2024, telling the story of our work to date.
We launch a new Homework Club, an education initiative working to help young people to develop in their studies, delivered by Fight for Peace youth workers.
Fight for Peace athletes, Mahli and Roberto are awarded the 2023 Memorial Trophies, in memory of Sam Bezzina and Ricardo Có, who we sadly lost in recent years.
Fight for Peace secures new funding from Arts Council England and National Lottery Heritage Fund, to support the continued delivery of our Young Creatives project.
As we look into the new year, we take a moment to reflect on 2023 and look back at some special Fight for Peace moments through the photographic lens.
Fight for Peace CEO, Lee Hemmings shares some special words and reflections as we wrap another great year at our London Academy, thanks to our supporters, young people and staff.
The mighty Fight for Peace Lutadoras release a special podcast reflecting on learnings from the Your Best Friend project, focused on supporting friends in toxic relationships.