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  • Title: Show Racism the Red Card
    Descriptive info: .. Donate to Show Racism the Red Card.. showracismtheredcard.. Show-Racism-the-Red-Card.. SRTRC_England.. Home.. News & Events.. Forthcoming Events.. 3D Gallery.. Gallery.. About Us.. About.. Writers Against Racism.. Stand Up Against Racism.. Hall of Fame.. Players' Views.. Friends & Sponsors.. Social Inclusion.. Resources.. Tackling Homophobia.. Team Poster Downloads.. Films.. Publications.. Online Shop.. Games.. Quiz.. Schools & Educational.. School Visits & Workshops.. Competitions.. Teachers' Area.. Case Studies.. Get Involved.. Football Clubs.. Local Authorities.. Sponsorship Opportunities.. Job Vacancies.. Fortnight of Action.. Volunteers.. Work Experience.. FAQs.. Contact.. Enter your details to receive our monthly newsletter.. Your Location.. England.. Scotland.. Wales.. Welcome to the website of Show Racism the Red Card, the campaign that uses top footballers to educate against racism.. Here you will find loads of ideas on how to fight racism.. Learn more about the work  ...   the.. online shop.. ! Read some of the.. testimonials.. given by schools who have received SRtRC workshops.. Racism is something created and anything that has been created can be undone.. - Samuel Eto'o.. Black or white, we all have football under our skin.. - Eusebio.. Anti-Racism Educational Film & Education Pack.. A Safe Place DVD plus Islamophobia DVD.. Show Racism the Red Card Publication Downloads.. Show Racism the Red Card Team Posters.. Click here to download your favourite 2012/13 team posters for free.. Show Racism the Red Card major sponsors:.. Show Racism the Red Card.. PO Box 141, Whitley Bay NE26 3YH.. Telephone: 0191 257 8519.. Email:.. info@theredcard.. org.. Site Sections.. News Events.. Events.. Schools Educational.. Links.. Terms Conditions.. 2008 Show Racism the Red Card.. Website design by Azure Graphic.. Web Design, Sunderland..

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  • Title: News & Events
    Descriptive info: News from All Dates.. 2013.. 2012.. 2011.. 2010.. 2009.. 1970.. Visit our.. forthcoming events.. section to find out about our upcoming events in England, Scotland and Wales.. Show Racism the Red Card Wales' third annual 'Stand Up Against Racism' comedy night returns!.. Stand Up Against Racism returns to the Marriott Hotel in Cardiff again for another jam packed night of entertainment!.. SRtRC Sporting Legends V Football Association of Wales Charity Match , October 25th 2013.. Our Welsh office are holding a charity match during the Fortnight of Action to raise awareness help raise funds for our work in Wales.. Gary Younge to talk about latest book, 'The Speech', at exclusive and free Newcastle event, October 12th 2013.. Exploring the story behind Martin Luther King's Dream.. Show Racism the Red Card Scotland announced the launch of their  ...   of Action Football Tournament Butetown Cardiff, October 9th 2013.. We are running a Football tournament funded by Simpson Millar in conjunction with Dynamic Sports on the 30th October.. 1st Annual AFCAR Gala dinner.. Social cohesion organisation AFCAR follow-up the success of their fundraising charity match with their first annual gala dinner.. Q&A with Welsh Musician Kizzy Crawford.. Show Racism the Red Card interviews the rising Welsh music star about her background and what it's like being Kizzy.. Fortnight of Action Community Grants 2013 Wales.. SRtRC Wales announce successful projects for the FOA Community Grants 2013.. Cardiff City FC Club Event, October 4th 2013.. The Bluebirds become the 1st Premier League team to host a club event this season which took place at the Cardiff City Stadium.. 116.. 115.. 114.. 4.. 3.. 2.. 1.. & Web Design, Sunderland..

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  • Title: Forthcoming Events
    Descriptive info: Educational Events with Football Clubs 2013/14 season, August 1st 2013.. Delivering anti-racism education throughout England.. Club Events Wales, August 2nd 2013.. Below is a current list of our club events in Wales for the 2013-14 Season.. Fortnight of Action Football Tournament Butetown Cardiff, October 30th 2013..

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  • Title: Image Gallery
    Descriptive info: Anti-Racist School Competition 2010 Eng.. Hartlepool FC, 5 May 2010.. Tottenham Hotspur FC, 25 May 2010.. NUFC back FA Charity of the Year Bid, 2.. 15th Anniversary Celebrations.. Wales Club Events 2011-12.. Leeds Civic Hall, 2 February 2010.. Arsenal FC, 7 December 2009..

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  • Title: About Our Campaign
    Descriptive info: Show Racism the Red Card is the UK s anti-racism educational charity and was established in January 1996.. The organisation utilises the high-profile status of football and football players to help tackle racism in society.. The majority of the campaign s output is the delivery of education to young people and adults in their schools, their workplaces and at events held in football stadiums.. Across Britain, Show Racism the Red Card delivers training to more than 50,000 individuals per year.. In addition to the direct education of young people and adults, Show Racism the Red Card produces resources which help promote a message of understanding.. Films featuring professional football players such as Thierry Henry, Samuel Eto o and Ryan Giggs address a range of issues surrounding racism.. The films help teachers and other training professionals to  ...   South East England and London), Scotland (Glasgow) and Wales (Cardiff).. In Scotland and Wales, the campaign also focuses on tackling racism within professional and grass-roots football.. Mission Statement.. Show Racism The Red Card is an anti-racist educational charity.. We aim to combat racism through enabling role models, who are predominately but not exclusively footballers, to present an anti-racist message to young people and others.. Show Racism The Red Card acknowledges that racism changes, as do the experiences of Black and Minority Ethnic communities in the UK.. Our message and activities therefore need to be able to respond to such changes as and when appropriate.. We achieve this through:.. Producing educational resources.. Developing activities to encourage people, including young people, to challenge racism.. In parts of the UK, challenging racism in the game of football and other sports..

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  • Title: Writers Against Racism
    Descriptive info: Gary Younge.. Jimmy McGovern.. Paul Laverty.. William McIlvanney.. Mark Steel.. Ronan Bennett.. Rowena Sommerville.. Lynn Huggins-Cooper.. Marina Hyde.. Kevin Maguire.. Ava Vidal.. Decca Aitkenhead.. Dorian Lynskey.. Daniel Taylor.. Luke Edwards.. Owen Jones.. Daniel Trilling.. About our Patrons.. As writers and artists, we believe that all forms of  ...   modern society where positive relationships, co-operation creativity can flourish.. I pledge to back this campaign in spreading a message of equality and respect.. _________________.. Gary Younge is an author, broadcaster and award-winning columnist for.. Jimmy McGovern has built a formidable reputation writing powerful dramas.. Read Views.. >..

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  • Title: Stand Up Against Racism
    Descriptive info: Stand Up Against Racism.. was launched in response to the worrying success of the British National Party in recent elections.. We organised Stand Up Against Racism comedy shows in the run-up to the 2010 General Election: our aim is to counter some of the BNP and similar far-right organisations' views using the power of humour.. See our.. SUAR YouTube.. page for footage from these events.. A host of comedians support this initiative and have donated their time to  ...   K Amos, John Bishop, Kevin Day, Omid Djalili, Michael Fabri, Ashley Frieze, Stephen Grant, Jeremy Hardy, Nick Helm, Kai Humphries, Jeff Innocent, Dave Johns, Shappi Khorsandi, Sarah Millican, Shazia Mirza, Patrick Monahan, Daniel Simonsen, Paul Sinha, John Scott, Anvil Springstein, Paul F Taylor, Mark Thomas, Ava Vidal, Gavin Webster, Joe Wells.. www.. youtube.. com/standupagainstracism.. "Humour is the.. weapon of unarmed.. people; it helps people.. who are oppressed to smile.. at the situation that pains them.. ".. -.. Simon Wiesenthal..

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  • Title: Hall of Fame
    Descriptive info: Show Racism the Red Card's Hall of Fame pays tribute to individuals who have shown exceptional commitment to our campaign.. Awards have so far been given to:.. Shola Ameobi.. Viv Anderson.. John Anderson.. Kevin Ball.. John Barnes.. Bobby Barnes.. Earl Barrett.. Warren Barton.. Dave Bassett.. 11.. 10.. 9.. 8.. 7.. 6.. 5..

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  • Title: Players' Views
    Descriptive info: Ryan Giggs.. Robert Earnshaw.. Craig Gordon.. Dean Ashton.. Jermain Defoe.. Louis Saha.. Ludovic Roy.. Barry Ferguson.. Mido.. Derek Ferguson.. Gareth Southgate.. Anita Asante.. Freddie Eastwood.. Lilian Thuram.. Rio Ferdinand.. Samuel Eto'o.. Zesh Rehman.. Jonas Olsson.. Nathan Cameron.. Ali Al-Habsi.. Roberto Martinez.. Jermaine Jenas.. Emmerson Boyce.. James Collins.. Neil Taylor.. Hérold Goulon.. Jason Lowe.. Alex McLeish.. Darcy Blake.. Morten Gamst-Pedersen.. Yohan Cabaye.. Cameroon.. Why should we have to wait for black  ...   created can be undone.. Those of us who are black don t need to prove anything, but we are made to feel that we always have to prove something.. We do not.. Being black is not something bad.. France.. There are a lot of black players nowadays.. I think that s something that has.. At the time of 9/11 we had a couple of Muslim players here Joseph Job who.. Oman..

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  • Title: Friends & Sponsors
    Descriptive info: Campaign Sponsors.. Bedford Race Equality Council.. The Big Lottery Fund.. The Educational Institute of Scotland.. The Football Association.. Gateshead Council.. Hilton in the Community Foundation.. Inverclyde Council.. Middlesbrough Council.. The National Union of Teachers.. North Tyneside Council.. Northern Rock Foundation.. The Professional Footballers' Association.. The Professional Footballers' Association Scotland.. The Scottish Football Association.. The Scottish Government.. Scottish Qualifications Authority.. South Tyneside Council.. Sports Council Wales.. Sunderland City Council.. Unison.. Unite the Union.. Vale of Glamorgan Council.. Welsh Assembly Government.. Competition Partners (England).. Bath North East Somerset County Council.. Bury Curriculum Language Access Service.. Derby City  ...   County Council.. Essex County Council.. Fire Brigades Union.. Liverpool First.. Manchester City Council.. Metropolitan Police.. Plymouth City Council.. Prospect.. Usdaw.. Friends of the Campaign.. Show Racism the Red Card (Ireland).. Anthony Walker Foundation.. Children's Football Alliance.. Community HEART.. FIFPro.. Football Unites Racism Divides.. Holocaust Memorial Day Trust.. Hope not Hate.. Kick it Out.. A League For All.. The League Managers Association.. Love Music Hate Racism.. Potts Print (UK) Ltd.. RjR Media.. The Runnymede Trust.. Sodje Sports Foundation.. Sportsmartconsulting.. Stop Hate UK.. The Natasha Kaur-Chhina Trust.. Unite Against Fascism.. UNITED for Intercultural Action.. Voda.. World Headquarters..

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  • Title: Social Inclusion
    Descriptive info: Show Racism the RED Card has an important role to play in Football Inclusion in Wales, we aim to encourage socially excluded communities to become actively involved in football at all levels along with educating play.. ers, coaches and referees to recognise and deal with racism.. Our overall aim is to stop Racism in society by using football.. as a tool to ensure we have inclusive communities in Wales irrespective of race, gender, nationality, culture or religion, this will be achieved by increasing the number of roles models and at all levels of the game specifically with playing, coaching and refereeing and through education of how to deal with issues that are in society.. Our Wales Campaign works closely with the.. Football Associatio.. n of Wales.. ,.. Sport Wales.. and the.. Welsh.. Football Trust.. (WFT) towards Social Inclusion in Football throughout Wales.. Overview to our Inclusion Projects in Wales are below:.. Football for All.. SRtRC run projects that include football festivals and coaching sessions run at primary and secondary schools and local community centres to help support players of all ages towards breaking down barriers that exist for  ...   what to expect from the official Level 1 course, the benefits of qualifications and where these can lead in terms of employment and opportunities.. Information on where, how and when a Level 1 course can be accessed in Wales will be provided.. Candidates will then have the opportunity during the second hour to take part in practical football coaching sessions, which will demonstrate some examples of what will be covered and learnt on the official Level 1 course.. To view a promotional video of our coaching workshop click.. HERE.. Dealing with Racism Workshops Players, Coaches Referees.. Our dealing with racism workshops are designed specifically and uniquely for players, coaches or referees.. Each specific workshop educates the participants on the topic of racism and uses scenarios that we have come across at all levels of the game to provide examples of what issues might arise for them.. Through interactive discussion based activities participants explore how to deal with a racist incident and how they can report any issues they come across.. For more information regarding any of the above projects contact our Welsh office at:.. TEL:.. 02920 351616.. E-mail.. Jason@theredcard..

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