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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
We are inviting you to get involved in the Club Welcome programme.Club Welcome is a new initiative of Show Racism the Red Card. It is set up to increase participation in sport for those from refugee backgrounds in Ireland.It is … Continue reading
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.