Read our first research report
HELPING YOUNG PEOPLE
LIVE A LIFE FREE OF VIOLENCE
We’re a group of 10 to 25-year-olds who want to help young people live a life free from violence. Across England and Wales, we’re bringing young people together, listening to what they have to say and turning what we learn into action. Between 2023-2028, we will work with:
Together, we are the Peer Action Collective!
PAC is funded by the Youth Endowment Fund, the #iwill Fund (a joint investment between The National Lottery Community Fund and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport) and the Co-op Group.
READ CAMERON’S BLOG
“After leading my own projects over the first phase of PAC, I knew I had the ability to help lead a full team of young people. With the training I have received and youth work course I’ve completed, I want to take what I have learnt to help and encourage other peer researchers to develop their own new skills.”
Cameron (20), Wales
WHERE’S YOUR PAC?
There are PAC projects working to make communities safer and fairer across England and Wales. Find out what’s going on in your area!
NEWS + INSIGHT
- The Peer Action Collective (PAC) is a network of young people across England and Wales, working hard to make their communities safer, fairer places. Since 2021, over 6,800 young people have been taking action on the big issues leading to serious youth violence. With a further £7.5m investment, from the Youth Endowment Fund, #iwill Fund…
News:Cameron, 20, tells us more about his journey with PAC Cymru to date, and his ambitions for the next stageCameron, 20, from Wales was a peer researcher in the first phase of PAC. Now as the Deputy Lead Co-ordinator for PAC Cymru, Cameron will be taking what he’s learned to help a new cohort of young people make positive changes in their communities. Can you tell us more about your role in the Peer…
- We’re proud to share with you the Peer Action Collective’s first research report! ‘Leading research, driving change‘ is based on insights from over 4,600 children and young people (aged 10-20). The research was conducted by young people, with young people. Our PAC Peer Researchers have gone out into their communities. They’ve listened to what young…