SRtRC Scotland special screening of anti-racism education film at the Scottish Parliament with key sponsors on Tuesday the 26th of January
“We believe that this will be an effective resource which will change perceptions of those people seeking to come to the UK and look at the social and economic benefits to the country as a whole.”
Ged Grebby, Chief Executive, Show Racism the Red Card
The issue of immigration is never far from the headlines, commentary is often misleading, dangerously simplistic and feeds into a worrying narrative of anti-immigration sentiment. Our Education Workers have noticed this trend in their workshops and are increasingly hearing racist ideas and attitudes expressed toward migrant communities.
Our response was to develop an educational film, elevating the voices of people who have moved from one country to another, to try and dispel some of the popular myths and provide an alternative view.
On Tuesday the 26th of January, Show Racism the Red Card will hold a special screening of the campaign’s new educational film – ‘Immigration: What’s the Story?’ The event is set to take place at Scottish Parliament and will be sponsored by key SRtRC supporters Alex Neil MSP and Tony Higgins, who keenly support both the film and SRtRC’s wider education work.
The film features a wide range of people discussing their own journeys and experiences of living and working in the UK.
Should you will to attend the screening or for more details, contact firstname.lastname@example.org