On Wednesday 13th February, UNISON organised a Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) event at De Montfort University (DMU)
We visited Cyncoed Campus for an Educational club event with Welsh Premier League side Cardiff Met FC.
Working with Year 7 as part of the school’s diversity week
Eighty six per cent of football fans who regularly attend matches in the UK have witnessed a racist incident at a game, a Sky Data Poll for Sky Sports News has revealed.
Show Racism the Red Card is pleased to announce that the venue for the SRtRC School Competition 2019 Awards Ceremony will be the Etihad Stadium, home of the current Premier League Champions, Manchester City FC.
CUFC work in partnership with SRtRC to educate young people about racism and hate crime
Foxes host educational event for Primary School pupils
We visited Welsh Premier League side Barry Town United for an Educational Club Event
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland were thrilled to visit Partick Thistle’s Firhill Stadium with local pupils from St. Charles Primary School and Dunard Primary School
Football Unites Racism Divides and Stand Up to Racism have organised a celebratory event in tribute to the late Cyrille Regis
20 years-ago this month, activists from 13 European countries founded the Football Against Racism in Europe Network in Vienna
And we’re off! Find out what the SRtRC Wales team have been up to in January.
Show Racism the Red Card is saddened to hear Jeremy Hardy has died
The deadline for Scottish submissions for the Show Racism the Red Card Creative Competition has been extended until Friday 15th February!
We visited Rodney Parade for an educational club event with Newport County AFC.
The campaign team were at Kenilworth Road working in partnership with Luton Town Football Club and Luton Town Community Trust to run an educational event for young people from the local area.
Show Racism the Red Card are proud to support the #WeRemember campaign which aims to spread knowledge and awareness of the holocaust.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland attended the January 2019 Cross Party Group meeting on Tackling Islamophobia at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh
On Thursday 17th January 2019, Show Racism the Red Card staff took part in a taster SNAPFIT workshop delivered by SNAPFIT founder, Clive Robertson.
A Trustee/Director of Show Racism the Red Card is a voluntary position. The Board meets quarterly to oversee the work of the organisation.
Show Racism the Red Card Chief Executive, Ged Grebby, recently wrote an article for the Huffington Post on the rise of racism in the UK and it’s link to Brexit.
Show Racism the Red Card are happy to support the upcoming event, ‘Walter Tull: His Footballing Legacy’.
In 2015, Show Racism the Red Card worked in partnership with Migrant Voice and Dragon Films to produce a short educational film focusing on the topic of immigration.
Happy New Year! The SRtRC Wales team are revitalised and have plenty to look forward to in 2019. But first let’s look back at the final weeks of the autumn term.
Leroy Rosenior, Show Racism the Red Card Vice President, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s birthday honours list for services to education thanks to his work supporting Show Racism the Red Card.
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.