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Show Racism the Red Card Calendar 2023

It’s that time of year! We are pleased to announce the Show Racism the Red Card Calendar 2023 is now available to order, featuring winning artwork from the annual National School Competition.

Scottish Football’s Match Actions

On Friday 28th, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October 2022 Scottish football clubs will once again show their commitment to anti-racism and their support for the UK’s leading anti-racism educational charity, Show Racism the Red Card.

“A lot still has to change”: Stuart Lawrence writes on Stephen Lawrence Day

A few years ago I decided to take a break from my teaching career and work as a consultant specializing in youth engagement, Equality Diversity and Inclusion and mental health and motivational work. I am also a motivational speaker and like to share my journey with the view of helping others. I published my first book Silence Is Not An Option last year which I wrote for my son and other children and young people as a self help guide for the various stages they are experiencing in their lives. With the support of my wife and son, I feel I have reached a good stage in my work and I do enjoy being my own boss.

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Young people across Scotland are to lead an important campaign for change throughout 2022.

Football Association of Wales Show Racism the Red Card at Bulgaria match

Show Racism the Red Card we believe that the first step to change is accepting that there is a problem in the first place. The second step is to set priorities accordingly and this is why we are working closer than ever with the FAW to share a message that we both believe in.

SRtRC Scotland deliver our Refugee Inclusion Workshop

Show Racism the Red Card Scotland delivered our Refugees, Stereotypes and Prejudice workshops at Annick Primary School working with 41 young people to promote the inclusion young Refugees who have recently resettled in Scotland.

Case Study – Anti-Sectarian Work in Prisons in Scotland

A first-person account of one of SRTRC Scotland's anti-sectarianism events at a prison, written by one of the inmates.

Case Study – Daggers Against Racism

TheRedCard.org was delighted to receive glowing feedback following a full-day event at Dagenham and Redbridge FC.

Case Study – Lealands High School, Luton

A first-hand account from a year-8 pupil from Lealands High School, about a workshop she attended in Luton.

Greenfield Community College

Mr Dixon, a teacher at Greenfield Community College, reports on the Islamophobia workshops that we delivered to Year 9

Letter To Nellie

A young person wrote this evocative letter during a workshop addressing racism towards Gypsy, Roma Travellers.

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