Category Archives: European
Holocaust survivor Tomi Reichental is International Person of the Year 2014
Last Saturday 6th December, Tomi Reichental received the InternationalPerson of the Year award 2014. One of only 2 Holocaust survivors inIreland, Tomi Reichental was born in 1935 in Slovakia. He witnessedfirst-hand the horrors of life in a concentration camp, when … Continue reading
Football Against Racism in Europe week resources
Clubs and youth services are invited to be part of the Football against Racism in Europe fortnight, which runs over a fortnight from October 9th to 23rd. Using football as a tool to make a stand against racism, the fortnight … Continue reading
Players union FIFPro urges East European bodies: stamp out racism
Disgraceful. FIFPro has no other words to describe the behavior displayed by Bulgarian fans during the match against England last Friday. The World Players’ Union demands that the national football authorities of Bulgaria stamp out this racist fans’ attitude.
Scottish Student Found Guilty Of Racism After Abusing Israeli Flag
Paul Donnachie, an 18-year-old studying at St Andrews University, was found guilty by a Scottish court on Tuesday, following a complaint by a Jewish-American student at the campus.
A Norwegian response to terror
By Camilla Peace Sundvoll of Norwegian People’s Aid and Trygve Augestad of Show Racism the Red Card Norwayhttp://www.npaid.org/en/Norway is mourning the victims of the terror attacks in Oslo and Utøya 14days ago. Friday 22 July 201 1, approximately 15.25 a terrible bomb … Continue reading
Red Cards to Racism held up in Norway
The Norwegian professional footballers’ association NISO and Norwegian club Vålerenga IF have organised a special anti-racism event as Liverpool FC visit Vålerenga for a friendly match last evening.Norway is mourning the 76 victims of the terror attacks in Oslo and Utøya ten days … Continue reading
Show Racism the Red Card – Irish nominee for European Youth Prize
‘Show Racism the Red Card’, an intercultural camp for 11-16 year old boys and girls, has been chosen as the Irish entry for this year’s Charlemagne European Youth Prize, which will be awarded in Aachen, Germany on 31 May 2011.Darja … Continue reading
Former Liverpool ace protests against racism at his new club
A highly charged Athens Derby on Saturday night between arch-rivals Olympiakos and Panathinaikos, ended in scenes of players being attacked by fans and has led to calls for the Greek FA to take action against racism.
Responding to racism during EURO 2012
Here we collate a number of articles which catalogue various incidents of racism and responses during EURO2012FAR-RIGHT POLITICIAN SPARKS RACE ROW AFTER POSTING CONTROVERSIAL BALOTELLI IMAGEMario Balotelli is at the centre of another fierce football row though this time it … Continue reading →