The Amateur Boxing Association of England is the national governing body for amateur boxing. It is a non-profit organisation responsible for the administration, development and promotion of the sport, and is a member of the Amateur International Boxing Association.
The British Boxing Board of Control is the governing body of the professional game in the UK.
Fight for Peace uses boxing and martial arts combined with education and personal development to realise the potential of young people in disadvantaged communities. Formed in Rio De Jinero in 2000, Fight for Peace now has an academy in London and has developed and is sharing its ‘Five Pillars’ model with organisations around the world which use sport to combat disadvantage.
The APPG aims to provide opportunities for its members to visit boxing clubs, and has previously visited Fitzroy Lodge Amateur Boxing Club in Lambeth. The Group’s Chair, Charlotte Leslie MP, is also President of The National Smelting Co Amateur Boxing Club, Avonmouth.
The Sport and Recreation Alliance is the umbrella body for the sport and recreation sector in the UK. As well as providing support to its 320 members, the Alliance engages with Government and Parliament to promote the value of sport and recreation and campaigns on behalf of the sector. The Aliance has worked with the APPG for Boxing to promote the value of sport for communities.