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Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC), an anti-racism project that has operated in Ireland since 2007, is being re-launched under the management of the Immigrant Council of Ireland. The move sees SRTRC winding up as an independent charity, with responsibility … Continue reading
Wednesday, 15th May 2019 Show Racism the Red Card highlights need for young people to be educated about racism The need to educate young people about racism is greater than ever before because of the growth of far-right … Continue reading
This year saw 8169 people from 45 groups participate in Wear Red Day. This is the highest number in the three years of Wear Red Day. We were delighted that a number of workplaces joined the activities on the day. … Continue reading
Ireland’s James McClean is to be commended for speaking out about racist comments aimed at team mate Cyrus Christie in the aftermath of Ireland’s play- off with Denmark. The statement from Show Racism the Red Card (SRTRC) and Professional Footballers … Continue reading
This is a link to our audited accounts for 2016. The document includes directors report and full finance report. Full Accounts Signed 2016
We are pleased to announce that the Awards Showcase to conclude the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition will take place at Tallaght Stadium, Tuesday 2nd May 2017. 32 schools & youth services will be attending on the day … Continue reading
Show Racism the Red Card will be moving to 20 Mountjoy Square East, Dublin 1 with effect from Monday, 22nd of October 2012. The phone number, website, email addresses and other contacts will remain unchanged.
“The ‘Gael-Force’ 10,000 Revolutions Per Hour Challenge”-by Mick Devine, The former Irish and North American State boxing champion, “Gael-Force” Oisin Fagan, has set himself yet another mammoth challenge. The 38 year-old, who was the oldest man ever, to win a first … Continue reading
Elin L’Estrange pictured with pupils from St Raphael’s Girls National School Ballyfermot.