Latest News and Events in Scotland
Show Racism the Red Card invited along over 80 local pupils we have recently been working with from St. Constantine’s Primary and Ibrox Primary into the home of Rangers FC for a final workshop on anti-racism.
Show Racism the Red Card surprised over 80 local pupils we have been working with from St. Anne’s Primary and Quarry Brae Primary by taking them to Celtic Park for their final anti-racism workshop.
Show Racism the Red Card joined just under 90 pupils and teachers from Mount Florida Primary School and St. Brigid’s Primary School at the National Stadium, Hampden Park.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland were invited along to the NASUWT Scotland Conference 2019, engaging teachers with our latest anti-racism resources.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland took 60 local pupils and their teachers along to McDiarmid Park – home of St. Johnstone Football Club.
Show Racism the Red Card attended the STUC Congress 2019, hosting a fringe meeting ‘Challenging Racism in the Workplace’, and showcasing their recent work to the First Minster of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon
Following our Scottish Creative Competition Awards, Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC came up with an exciting initiative to reward a local primary school for their anti-racism efforts.
Show Racism the Red Card joined over 90 pupils and teachers from Lorne Primary School and St. Mary’s Primary School at Easter Road, home of Hibernian Football Club.
Find out what the Scottsh team have been up to in March 2019.
Young people from schools and colleges across Scotland are joining with major names from the world of Scottish football and politics at Hampden Park on Thursday 21st March for the Creative Competition Awards.
Show Racism the Red Card joined pupils from Ladyloan and Timmergreens Primary Schools at Gayfield Stadium, the home of Arbroath FC
A teacher from Armadale Primary School reached out to us following some fantastic anti-racism work by the class.
#thisismyhome - real stories of Scotland's migrant communities.
A series of stories about immigration, racism and life in the UK, from some of Scotland's migrant population. Read more.