We use sport, media and education to improve the lives of young people that live in areas with high levels of crime, antisocial behaviour, and deprivation.
While pathways to excellence are in place for individuals who excel in any of these domains, our priority is to use sport, media, and education as engagement tools, in order to enhance wellbeing, reduce social isolation and develop fundamental skills/traits including confidence, resilience, teamwork, communication, leadership, empathy, citizenship, conflict resolution and cultural understanding.
The development of such characteristics, in a diverse, safe and welcoming environment, means that the children and young people that we work with are equipped with a strong skill base and set of values. Thus, if they encounter difficulties, they are equipped with the tools to make the correct decisions and have the knowledge that, in Salaam Peace, they have a positive support network around them to lean on in times of difficulty.
Currently, we deliver football, multisport, cycling and education sessions across the week. For information on specific dates/times of sessions, check out the get involved section of our website.