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3 years ago, we decided that showing good governance was important and we declared that we were on the journey to Governance Code compliance. It is a big achievement as there has been a lot of work involved.Pictured: SRTRC Chair … Continue reading
YESTERDAY, I JOINED the team of Show Racism the Red Card UK in a visit to a secondary school in County Durham. In their anti-racism workshops, they ask a question. What percentage of the population in the UK are immigrants?
YOUNG ACTIVISTS: Sara Codrea, St Brigits, Killester; Scott Hewitt, St Matthews, Ballymahon, Co Longford; Naomi Nene, CBS Dundalk; Rachel Morris, Eureka, Kells and Abdul Ajayi, Colaiste Pobail Setanta, Ongar, were among 600 young people to attend Show Racism the Red … Continue reading
2016 was the seventh year of the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition. The numbers involved are bigger than ever before. We are delighted with this because we know that it takes time and commitment on the part of … Continue reading
The Programme was completed by Curragh youth project’s second year group the CARLES. The group are aged 14-15 and consist of 3 girls and 4 boys. We ran the programme over 8 weeks, each session lasting an hour.
A great event took place yesterday, Thursday 25th February, at Killarney Library in Co Kerry. We were there to open the ‘One Race’ exhibition. The exhibition consists of entries submitted to the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition over … Continue reading
We’re hiring! We are looking to recruit an Education Development Worker to promote our Anti Racism message. (Part- time 3 days a week) Job Description – Education Development WorkerApplication is by Cover letter and CV to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 28th … Continue reading
You can download this document on this link Annual ReviewShow Racism the Red Card,Carmichael Centre for Voluntary Groups, North Brunswick Street, Dublin 7T: 00-353 (0)863927650 E: email@example.comW: www.theredcard.ieCompany number: 365810 Charity number: 17360 Contents SRTRC Overview Creative Competition Ambassador Programme SRTRC Training … Continue reading
Show Racism the Red Card hosted the first meeting of an Erasmus Plus funded Strategic Partnership involving partners and friends in Denmark, Finland, Netherlands, Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom.
A great event took place at Blanchardstown library on Monday 9th November with pupils from Blakestown Community School and Castaheany Educate Together present for the opening of our ‘One Race- Human Race exhibition.