Invite to training seminar hosted by SRTRC

Seminar Invitation       Invite to Show Racism the Red Card Card training & networking meeting                                 Wednesday 12th June – Sunday 16th June 2013                                                Donegal, Ireland                  About the conference and profile of participants A project which started in England in 1995, there are now projects using the profile of sport for anti-racism education and the slogan Show Racism the Red Card in different European countries.  There are other projects harnessing the profile of sports and its personalities to convey the anti-racism education message.The profile of delegates participating in this conference will include staff responsible for the strategic direction and implementation of activities promoting Anti-Racism Education and Intercultural Learning from across Europe.  The conference will be an opportunity to learn from practicioners of anti-racism education and intercultural activity across Europe.  It will be an opportunity to learn and share best practice, while adding new tools to your resources in delivery of the anti-racism message.  It will be an opportunity to bring a European dimension in each of our countries.Activities will include:-          Best practice sharing workshops–          Education workshops/ Coaching educational activities workshops–          Project presentations from SRTRC and non- SRTRC projects-          Cultural experience of IrelandBenefits for participants:-          New activities in your toolkit for promoting the anti-racism message-          New ideas from elsewhere-          Great networking opportunities-          Youthpass Certificate www.youthpass.euLogistics: Participants will need to ensure they are ready to leave Dublin at 12noon on Wednesday 12th June.  A bus will be  provided by SRTRC Ireland to cater for the return journey to Donegal.  The bus will return from Donegal on Sunday.About the venue- The venue is the Aras Ghleann Cholmcille, Co Donegal It is a hostel located in the heart of the Gaeltacht region (Irish speaking) and is close to Slieve League Cliffs, which are the highest seacliffs in Europe.   It is also the venue for the Intercultural Summer Camp hosted each year by SRTRC Ireland.Funding- The conference is organised thanks to funding from the European Union Youth In Action programme. will be reimbursed after the conference, when all receipts have been submitted.Please RSVP Thursday 16th May as to who will be attending from your organisation giving the following details.  Please email the following details to

  • full name;
  • birth date ;
  • mailing address;
  • e-mail;
  • contact telephone (fixed phone and mobile phone);
  • name of the city/village where he/her will be travelling from;
  • if he/her is allergic to any foods, is vegetarian or would need any assistance during her/his stay in Donegal
  • a note on your expectations

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