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24th November marked the second annual Wear Red Day against racism hosted by Show Racism the Red Card. The programme called for participants to register activities for the day where those involved were invited to wear red, collect donations and … Continue reading
Show Racism the Red Card activities 2017-18 Our Mission is to challenge racism through providing education resources and intercultural activity which support integration. Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) offers a unique platform of education & sport to tackle racism … Continue reading
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
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.
Last July, we received funding to roll out a pilot project we have entitled as ‘Club Welcome’, which is aimed at increasing participation in sport on the part of those from refugee/ asylum seeker backgrounds. Club Welcome promotion poster To … Continue reading
With support of the EU Erasmus + programme, Show Racism the Red Card is leading a partnership which aims to train teachers and other educators in delivering the anti-racism message.The workshop will enhance understanding of racism and help develop capacity … Continue reading
Wear Red Day We invite you to be involved in the first #SRTRCWearRedDay. On Friday 25th November, we are inviting people in school, work, college or wherever they are to wear red for the day. On the day, we hope to … Continue reading
A new online platform has been launched to facilitate fundraising. It is called Altruism Ireland. Only registered charities can be the beneficiaries, which is different from other fundraising websites. Also, altruism do not take a commission on donations, unlike other … Continue reading