Show Racism the Red Card is the UK's leading anti-racism educational charity.
We provide educational workshops, training sessions, multimedia packages, and a whole host of other resources, all with the purpose of tackling racism in society. Established in January 1996, the organisation utilises the high-profile status of football and football players to publicise its message. Across Britain, Show Racism the Red Card delivers training to more than 50,000 individuals per year.
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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.
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
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.
SRtRC Scotland deliver anti racism education programme in partnership with Scottish Government Equality Unit and Police Scotland
Young people from schools across Scotland joined with major names from the world of Scottish football at Hampden Park on Thursday 23rd March to celebrate a 'Scotland for All'
Scottish football legends Mark Hateley and Tony Higgins formally opened Show Racism the Red Card’s (SRtRC) new premises in Glasgow yesterday.
Anna Signeul was honoured by Show Racism the Red Card, Scotland's leading anti-racism charity, for her outstanding contribution to equality and respect.
A series of stories about immigration, racism and life in the UK, from some of Scotland's migrant population. Read more.