Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) in partnership with UNISON in the Northern Region have been running a football tournament in Colombia for the past two years.Read More
A boxing champion who has represented England six times has been arrested and locked in an immigration detention centre, pending deportation to Nigeria a country that has said it won’t allow him to live there as he is not a citizen.Read More
how Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) have recently been involved in a project collaboration between UNISON Northern, Nomadesc and communities in Southwest Colombia. SRtRC Chief Executive, Ged Grebby, travelled to Colombia last week with former Sunderland AFC Captain, Gary Bennett, and former Newcastle United FC Defender, Olivier Bernard to visit communities in the Southwest of the country.Read More
After another brilliant SRtRC School Competition in 2017, the calendar is the perfect way to showcase the amazing creative work we received this year. SRtRC would like to give a huge thank our sponsors for making the calendar possible.Read More
The Education teams in England worked to collectively deliver a series of informative and creative workshops and events during November 2017.
152 hours of workshop activities, excluding assemblies and fun fitness sessions
2,327 young people participated
25 Primary schools
1 Secondary school
In the North East, the Education team delivered 35 workshops, over 70 hours, to a total of 891 school students, across the region in 11 Primary schools.
In the Southern Region, the Education team delivered 41 workshops, over 82 hours, to a total of 1,436 young people, across the South Region in 14 Primary schools and 1 Secondary schools.
Here are some of the testimonies from our visits:
"The children felt unsure about so many issues due to talk at home, playground etc and the day clarified so much and also corrected many misconceptions the children had." - Teacher
"I was very impressed with the workshops I witnessed, with some very challenging subjects covered, it was obvious the girls felt nervous about speaking but the leaders were very effective at getting them to open up and speak their minds in a open but respectful way. With many of them finding race a difficult subject to personalise, the leaders switched it around to talk about sexism and this brought out more opportunity for the girls to see the impact which was then brought back to racism and I felt the girls gained a new insight.
Overall I was incredibly impressed with the day and I would recommend it to others, I will certainly be pushing other schools I work with to get in touch with you!"
PC Mike Proffitt - Safer Schools Officer
On Tuesday 5th December 2017, Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) held an educational event at St Andrew’s Stadium and worked in partnership with Birmingham City Football Club to educate local young people about the dangers of racism.Read More
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland is delighted to announce the phenomenal support we have received from Rowanbank Financial Consultants based in Leith.
After significant funding cuts in Scotland, the Scottish team are so grateful to Dean Ballingall and the team at Rowanbank for their generous donation. The Scottish team has been striving to source additional funding to help us to continue the much needed Educational work we do across the country in the face of rising racism and the support given by Dean and his team has been invaluable.
A heartfelt thank you from the Scottish team to Rowanbank Financial Consultants.