ACT-AS-1 Programme Specialist Consultant Taibah Shah Richardson shares some of her perspective as a Newham parent, and why our ACT-AS-1 work is so important.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, Fight for Peace and Lutadoras member, Nicole delivers a powerful workshop centred around female empowerment.
10 young people embark on a Security Industry Association (SIA) course, delivered by ASB Security Services and funded by the East End Community Foundation.
Young Creatives come together to showcase their skills to support Fight for Peace in the delivery of digital content across our social media channels.
Following the success of our first Open Day for women and girls, we spoke to all-female boxing coach Liona to find out how it went, and why these spaces are so important.
In solidarity with World Day of Social Justice, we caught up with some of our young people to find out some of the positive changes they’d like to see in the world.
We are inviting all young women and girls aged 7-25 to a Fight for Peace open day on Thursday 16th February, to find out more about what we do and how to get involved!
Fight for Peace Creative partner, Brave Bison deliver the first of four creative workshops to our Young Creatives – exploring the art of content creation.
Fight for Peace member and Young Creative, Sarah provides some food for thought as she shares her perspective on what it means to have a positive mindset.
We kicked off the start of the new year with an inspiring catch up with some of our young people to find out what our five values mean to them!