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Peer Action Collective 
What is Peer Action Collective? 
The Peer Action Collective (PAC) enables young individuals aged 16-25 to enhance the safety and equity of their communities. 
Supported by funding from the Youth Endowment Fund, the #iwill Fund (a collaboration between The National Lottery Community Fund and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport) and Co-op, PAC stands as a beacon for young people, guiding them to take charge and encourage change. 
Comprising Peer Researchers, Social Action Leads, and Changemakers, PAC pioneers a revolutionary approach. Drawing from their own experiences of violence, young members identify areas for improvement in their neighborhoods and translate these insights into tangible actions. 
Their initiatives range from shaping school policies and enhancing local mental health services to co-creating strategies for violence reduction and facilitating youth employment opportunities. Together, they ensure that the voices of young people resonate in addressing issues that impact them directly. 
Currently, 5 Peer Researchers alongside the Tigers Trust are dedicated to making a positive difference in their community. They collaborate closely with Bradford City to conduct research on youth violence and foster constructive activities. 
Since the launch in 2021, PAC has seen over 6,800 young people across the country taking on the issues affecting their local communities and creating solutions. Over the next five years PAC will impact the lives of over 11,000 young people in England and Wales through peer research and social action. 
Tigers Trust CEO Catherine Bishop commented on the PAC Programme: “We’re delighted to be a regional partner for the Peer Action collective in delivering this ground-breaking youth voice programme. 
“We’re well experienced in providing support to young people within our communities, and we’re very much looking forward to providing that helping hand to hundreds of local people to lead successful, impactful projects.” 
Dominik Stingas-Paczko, Head of Participation and Community Engagement at the EFL Trust, said: “Our Club Community Organisations use the power of the Club badge to drive positive change in their communities. 
“Young people are our future, have so much to offer and are incredibly determined to improve the community they live in. 
“The Peer Action Collective network builds on the commitment and support provided to young people and offer a platform for them to take action and have their voice heard.” 
Find out more about the Peer Action Collective programme by clicking here. 
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