Latest News and Events in Scotland
Show Racism the Red Card’s Fortnight of Action has kicked off for 2019. Scotland’s football clubs show their support for Show Racism the Red Card’s anti-racism work across the country.
Tens of thousands of people across Scotland took part in a nationwide stance against racism and discrimination, Wear Red Day on Friday 4th October. “Wear Red Day is all about building support and raising money for the fight against racism. This is a hugely important cause” - Nicola Sturgeon, First Minister of Scotland.
The team at Show Racism the Red Card have established an exciting partnership with Chuck D of Public Enemy’s ambitious new organisation, Slam Worldwide.
Find out what the Scotland team have been up to throughout June 2019.
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.
Find out what the Scotland team have been up to throughout May 2019.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland were invited along to the NASUWT Scotland Conference 2019, engaging teachers with our latest anti-racism resources.
Find out what the Scotland team have been up to throughout April 2019.
#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.