Show Racism the Red Card is seeking to recruit an Administration & Support Worker to join our Education Team in the North East of England.
We visited Carmarthen Town & Llanelli Town to host a National Anti-Discrimination workshop to junior league clubs from across West Wales.
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This year, Show Racism the Red Card are recognising the 23nd anniversary of the genocide in Srebrenica, during which thousands of men and boys were systematically murdered, simply because they were Muslim.
Find out all about the educational work delivered by SRtRC Education Teams in England
Catch up on all the work the SRtRC team has been doing in Wales over the past month.
Round up of our work in Scotland throughout June,
SRtRC Wales held successful bilingual training conferences for trainee teachers on consecutive days in West and North Wales
On Tuesday 19th June, Luther Blissett and Show Racism the Red Card will officially launch the anti-racism educational charity’s England poster for the 2018 World Cup.
Welsh Government have funded a new SRtRC project focused around empowering women currently living in refuges.
An exciting new vacancy has arisen in our Glasgow office.
From Tuesday 19th June to Friday 22nd June, UNISON will host their annual National Delegates Conference which will take place in Brighton.
The GMB have been major sponsors of Show Racism the Red Card for the last 2 years and it was great to see their congress endorse Wear Red Day for the second year in a row.
Round up of our work in Scotland throughout May.
Education Worker, Kate, shares her experience of one of Wales’ finest cultural traditions.
Discover what the Welsh team has been up to over the last month.
Show Racism the Red Card to host a fringe meeting on Tuesday 5th June at the GMB 2018 Congress.
We are please to announce the SRtRC Legends involved in our Charity Match on the 3rd June 2018.
Show Racism the Red Card are delighted to announce that Danny Batth, Club Captain at Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club, has agreed to become a patron of the anti-racism educational charity.
Assembly Members, young people and friends of the charity joined together to celebrate the creative talents of competition entrants from all across Wales.