The Red Card magazine is a great resource for both young people and adults who are looking to learn more about racism, discrimination & prejudice and find out about the campaign’s activities.
Wear Red Day is a national day of action which encourages schools, businesses & individuals to wear red and donate £1 to help facilitate the delivery of anti-racism education for young people & adults throughout Scotland, England & Wales. For just £5, SRtRC can educate one child for a whole day.
SRtRC supports the weekend of community celebrations across the UK, 16th – 18th June
The Graham Taylor OBE Memorial Award will become an annual feature in our English Schools Competition
Christine Blower, SRtRC Vice-President, told us about the need of anti-racism education. In her opinion, it should be part of the national curriculum.
SRtRC was given a stall at the NTUC conference last weekend.
Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) have been awarded funding from the Home Office to create and deliver an exciting new project. A new Education Worker position has therefore become available in the North East Education Team.
A round up of Show Racism the Red Card's educational activity in England throughout the month of April.
Young people from all-over England attend SRtRC School Competition Awards Ceremony at Leicester City FC, with England manager Gareth Southgate
We held our annual Creative Arts Competition Awards at the Marriot Hotel in Cardiff.
Dundee United were delighted to host the Show Racism the Red Card team at Tannadice yesterday for an anti-racism educational event with local pupils from St John’s High School
This past weekend saw Scottish football hark back to a time where football fans dehumanised ethnic minorities.
Our recommendations to Local Government candidates leading up to the elections in May 2017
NUFC host educational event as part of ongoing project supported by Department for Communities and Local Government to educate about Hate Crime
Show Racism the Red Card and QPR foundation have kick started their Stop the Hate Campaign
As part of Show Racism the Red Card partnership with West Ham United Foundation and Barking and Dagenham Council the southern team visited year 6 students at Eastbury Primary School.
England boss Southgate will present winners from across the country with prizes in recognition of their work to create powerful anti-racism messages in a variety of formats.
Show Racism the Red Card tribute to former Aston Villa FC, Middlesbrough FC and Sheffield United FC footballer and Tottenham Hostpur coach Ugo Ehiogu
SRtRC attend the NUT Congress Conference 2017, 14th – 18th April 2017, Cardiff
Our recommendations to Local Government candidates for the Local Government Elections in May 2017
Show Racism the Red Card encourages Scottish Communities to come together peacefully and demonstrate their support for refugees in order to create an even more open and welcoming Scotland for All.