The Fortnight of Action took place from Friday 14 - Monday 31 October 2011
This was a record breaking Fortnight of Action in Scotland, for the first time making a stand against both racism and sectarianism, and having all professional football clubs take many actions across the fortnight, instead of one weekend.
We have had the biggest number of red card actions taking place across Scotland, from professional football clubs actions to community actions within and outwith our Fortnight of Action Community Grant Scheme.
It is truly inspring to see the Fortnight of Action grow year on year, involving more people, more actions/events than ever before across Scotland. Also, this year we have seen many grassroots football clubs get involved as they have been inspired by all the actions taking place at professional football clubs and have been keen to replicate the actions at their own games. This is great as it highlights the importance of spreading the message and demonstates the power of professional footballers as positive role models.
Furthermore, it is great that most of these actions act as a catalyst for further anti-racism and anti-sectarianism events and initiatives throughout the year.
Read the full report here.