April Newsletter 2013

Show Racism the Red Card Intercultural Summer Camp

summer camp pic 1 summer camp front
Please find attached leaflet and website link for the camp below here at
If you have young people aged 11-15 years, the Intercultural Summer Camp of Show Racism the Red Card is a wonderful experience they will never forget. The camp is offered at a subsidised price as it is led by volunteers and we expect to raise funds to meet the full costs.
To get an idea about the camp experience, check our our video link here www.youtube.com/theredcardire 
Our team of adult volunteers from both Ireland and abroad and are skilled with experience and training in the areas of Community & Youth Work, Social Care and Sports & Leisure.
This year we are also joined by volunteers from Spain, Georgia and Russia.  Two of our Russian volunteers will be bringing five children with them from the city of Cheboksary to the camp, while another is from the city of Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad).
Help us with our work by getting involved.  Check out www.theredcard.ie/volunteer.php 
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Irish Language Resources
Our new education pack is now available in the Irish language. It is available to order through contact with our office.  Online downloadable resources in the Irish language will also be available through www.theredcard.ie Watch this space.
Download fun activities
Making learning more interesting with interactive activities as part of the Show Racism the Red Card education pack.  Check out the Teachers page at www.theredcard.ie/teachers.php 
Jeff the Ref
Photo: Jeff the ref getting mobbed by kids from St Joseph's CBS in Drogheda. He's a busy dog these days.
He is our mascot and helps us promote our message. Jeff loves sport and he likes to be the referee as he wants to see everyone play by the rules of fairness.  If he hears of racism, be sure that he will have his whistle out. He loves to visit schools promoting the anti-racism message or clubs supporting inclusion because he believes there should be no place for racism and that sport and education should be accessible to all.
Follow Jeff the Ref @ www.facebook.com/Jeff  
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