A comprehensive overview of the anti-racism education charity's work in England, Scotland & Wales in the last year
As a campaign, we have risen to the challenges of a very difficult year and have not been afraid to look at new areas of work. 2016 is our 20th Anniversary Year and we will be aiming to build upon our network of support throughout the UK.
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive, SRtRC
Show Racism the Red Card has completed this year’s annual review; a document detailing the activities and achievements of the campaign over the last 12 months.
The review features reviews of all educational activity delivered with the support of SRtRC’s many partners, as well as providing a synopsis of campaign activity delivered through partnerships with football clubs.
Honorary president Shaka Hislop provided the foreword for the Anuual Review 2015 and said;
“It’s simply amazing that in January Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) will be entering its 20th year."
“Yes there were hurdles, some of which remain, but as you look around, imagine the world you are helping to shape, a world where social movements and hashtags may no longer be needed. Now if that doesn’t deserve a slice of birthday cake I don’t know what does.”
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive, Show Racism the Red Card said;
“The growth of racism, alongside cuts to the public and voluntary sectors; has meant that our organisation has never been busier at a time when resources are extremely scarce. It is to the great credit of our staff team, Management Committee and volunteers that we have managed to maintain and develop our work during this difficult period.”
To request a printed copy of the annual review or to find out more about how you can get involved with SRtRC call 0191 257 8519 or email email@example.com
— ShowRacismtheRedCard (@SRTRC_England) December 10, 2015