We are excited to announce that this October we will be running a Month of Action in Wales for the football family to unite together to Show Racism the Red Card!
Clare Williams the Northern Region Secretary of UNISON spoke at our Staff and Management Committee Away Day last week. Here are some of the highlights of her speech.
Leading public service provider Amey has entered a new partnership in Bromley, South London, with the UK's leading anti-racism Charity Show Racism the Red Card, local contractor Relative Groundwork Ltd and Crystal Palace Football Club’s official charity ‘Palace for Life Foundation
On Thursday 27th July & Friday 28th July Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) staff and management committee came together to take part in two full days of continued professional development
On Friday 20th October 2017 Show Racism the Red Card will hold it's third annual Wear Red Day
As part of a Welsh Government funded project we have developed a range of Factsheets for tackling racism in schools in Wales.
The factsheets feature a range of brief guides to appropriate terminology, equality duties, and identifying and reporting a racist incident in school.
Show Racism the Red Card are seeking to recruit an Administration & Support Worker based in our Head Office in North Shields.
As the summer term draws to a close, Show Racism the Red Card’s Education Teams’ have been working harder than ever, engaging with almost 4000 young people in a variety of different educational settings throughout the month of June:
Show Racism the Red Card, along with GMB Scotland, United Glasgow Football Club and the STUC Black Workers Committee are proud to support the Scottish Launch of Show Racism the Red Card Vice President, Leroy Roseinor’s Autobiography, “Its Only Banter”, on Thursday the 20th of July.
On Sunday 9th July Show Racism the Card Legends will play Growers United FC in a charity football match to raise funds for the anti-racism charity