Our all-female and non-binary personal development group, Lutadoras lead on important new #FriendsCanTell project, supported by the Your Best Friend Fund.
Fight for Peace member, Malachai gives us his insight into the art of BJJ, and how it’s challenged him to step out of his comfort zone and changed his outlook.
A new five year partnership with Sport England aims to increase our impact with sports and youth organisations across the UK, and create systematic change.
Our Sport England funded Young Creatives project has launched! Bringing young people together to develop skills and contribute to our communications output.
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.
This Pride month, we introduce our Rainbow Gloves group with our new branding and logo, and take part in LGBT+ training with Diversity Role Models!
We catch up with young Fight for Peace boxers to find out what keeps them coming back to the gym, and the impact on boxing on mental and physical health.
Youth Practitioner, Abderahim talks Fight for Peace partnership with local Pupil Referral Units and the importance of student engagement in our services.
Gabriel and Tomas become the inaugural winners of memorial trophies presented annually to outstanding Fight for Peace athletes.
Keystone stages a charity dinner to raise funds in support of Fight for Peace’s work in London.