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Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition awards down the years. 2017 • Overall winner: Navan Educate Together • Youth service award: Youthreach Progression Navan • Primary school: CBS Dundalk • Second level: St Pauls CBS, North Brunswick Street Commendations … Continue reading
The fourth meeting of our Strategic Partnership, funded by Erasmus + through Leargas, took place in the Feyenoord FC stadium in Rotterdam this week. The meeting involved an exchange of practice and discussions about our project which has seen hundreds … Continue reading
The next Refugee & Migrant Solidarity Ireland (RAMSI) dinner is on Sunday 21st May at 4:30pm in 10 Belvedere Court, Dublin 1. The Solidarity dinners have proved a great success so far in bringing people together. It is an opportunity … Continue reading
Football legend Roy Keane, Integration Minister David Stanton and the Mayor of South Dublin County Council, Guss O’Connell, presented awards today (02.05.17) to young people who developed creative ways to tackle racism.
Teacher, Maria Cribben explains what went on behind the entry from the Transition Year group from Mercy Secondary in Ballymahon.
We are pleased to announce that the Awards Showcase to conclude the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition will take place at Tallaght Stadium, Tuesday 2nd May 2017. 32 schools & youth services will be attending on the day … Continue reading
We are pleased to bring you a sample of written entries to the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition 2017. Also, we are delighted to announce that the Awards Showcase will take place at Tallaght Stadium at 11:45am- 1:30pm. … Continue reading
News that an under 12s game was abandoned after adult ‘supporters’ allegedly hurled racist abuse at players who happened to be from traveller backgrounds, is shocking.
462 people have taken our online training. In October and November 2016, our Education Development Worker Sara Hakim delivered Anti Racism training workshops to over 500 student teachers from St Pats DCU, Marino Institute of Education, Mary Immaculate College and … Continue reading