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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Creative Competition 2016
    by post will not be returned Entries can be in the written visual and audiovisual form To facilitate our judging panel written work should be no longer than 750 words It can be in the form of a poem essay letter or article while visual entries can be in the form of paintings sculptures and photographs Entries can also be in the form of music or film and should not be longer than 5 minutes Entries must have some relevance to the themes of Show Racism the Red Card DVD such as racism and diversity Pictures from events relating to the competition may be used for publicity purposes Anti Racism and the curriculum The Show Racism the Red Card education pack can be a useful aid in a range of subjects of the school curriculum It may be used to teach aspects of history geography religion and other subjects It is particularly useful in the following areas of primary and second level education Primary level The pack can be used in the Developing Citizenship Media Studies and Myself and the Wider World Strand Units of SPHE at primary level There are downloadable activities from the website which used in conjunction with the DVD will serve to enhance understanding around issues such as bullying The education pack contains great ideas for you promoting school integration These ideas are based on what schools have already put into practice Second level The education pack can be used for promoting understanding of Belonging Integration unit of the SPHE curriculum It also can be used to promoting understanding of Rights Responsibilities module of CSPE The pack serves to support the active learning process of both subjects There are also action project ideas in the pack which could be implemented as part of the student s

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Gallery
    events ï Our Sponsors Sign up to join our newsletter indicates required Email Address Home About Contact News Donate Report Site Map Links Get Involved Volunteer Incident Report Donate Competitions Education Teachers Kids Media Gallery Videos Merchandise Downloads News Summer Camp Facts Sport Racism Football A Man s Game What Can You Do Racism Today Standards Racism Brief history Racism Fascism Civil Rights Travellers Racism Asylum seekers Refugees Branding Site

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Videos
    Diverse Ireland Children along with various sports stars including Ciara Grant Paul Cassey talk about the positive impacts of diversity in their lives Intercultural Summer Camp Summer Camp 2010 Jai Ho Dance A group of young people perform at Intercultural Summer Camp a dance to the Pussycat Dolls song Jai Ho Summer Camp 2010 Break Dancing A group show off their break dancing skills at the Summer Camp For more fun visit our summer camp gallery More photos info from our summer camp can also be seen at our flickr page Summer Camp Facebook Page European Fare Week Event FAI SRTRC European Fare Week Event Show Racism the Red Card along with the FAI organised events for young people including a football tournament to coincide with European Fare Week Event Anti Racism Animated Films Darklight s Democracy Dialogue Competition This video was an entry into the 2009 Darklight s Democracy Dialogue Competition The video depicts a fictional story about the rebirth of Nazism in Web 2 0 Ireland SRTRC UK Creative Competition Entry A short film made by pupils at Rosslyn Park Primary School in Nottingham for Show Racism the Red Card UK creative competition All of the pupils created characters backgrounds hand drawn scenes and recorded their thoughts about racism It was the winning entry in the multi media category the overall competition winner too Show Racism the Red Card UK SRTRC UK DVD Clip A clip from the Show Racism the Red Card UK s educational DVD This video features top footballers including Rio Ferdinand Ryan Giggs Thierry Henry Samuel Eto o Bid to tackle religious chants A campaign was launched to tackle religious hatred at football matches in the wake of allegations that Middlesbrough striker Mido was subjected to anti Islamic taunts by some Newcastle United fans

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | About Us
    contact info theredcard ie or call Garrett on 086 392 7650 We are currently selling Keyrings fobs Pin Badges T shirts Stickers ï Our Sponsors Sign up to join our newsletter indicates required Email Address Home About Contact News Donate Report Site Map Links Get Involved Volunteer Incident Report Donate Competitions Education Teachers Kids Media Gallery Videos Merchandise Downloads News Summer Camp Facts Sport Racism Football A Man s Game

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Downloads
    Packs Activity 2 Activity 5 Activity 6 Project Summary FAI Many Voices One Goal Our Logo Show Racism the Red Card Use of Logo Policy Policy for useage of Show Racism the Red Card branding You must not claim the Show Racism the Red Card logo image and or font design as your own All rights are reserved by the website branding designers Show Racism the Red Card Ireland www theredcard ie You must not use the Show Racism the Red Card branding to discriminate against any person or their race nationality religion gender If you wish to use The Show Racism the Red Card branding in conjunction with anti racism events you can contact us at info theredcard ie The Show Racism the Red Card branding may by used in for educational purposes for example in schools and youth centres to educate and spread the anti racism message The Show Racism the Red Card branding and identity must only be used in ways outlined in the Show Racism the Red Card Brand Guidelines View Logo Options The Show Racism the Red Card logo is availablein to download in many different languages listed below SRTRC Danish Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC English Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC French Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC German Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Hungarian Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Irish Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Italian Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Latvian Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Lithuanian Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Norwegian Logo Download eps file jpeg file png file SRTRC Polish Logo Download eps file

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Sport & Racism
    after a bit one of them realised who I was and told his friends Then they came over looking for autographs That really hurt said Shaka Hislop Coca Cola GAA Féile Peil na nÓg Finals 2010 Picture credit Paul Mohan In the 1970s and 1980s players experienced it in the stadium while in the 1990s and today they experience it outside the ground On the video many players reveal that they are subject to racism outside the game because of the work inside the game has had an impact but revealingly showing that there is a lot of work to do in society Young people talk about the isolation they feel when they are suffering racism in the amateur leagues where there is not the protective surrounding a professional in the premier league We have had reports of racism in sport in Ireland over the last years In July 2005 Shelbourne Player Joseph Ndo was subject to a torrent of racist abuse when he played at Steau Bucharest in the Champion League second round qualifier Racism is becoming a big issue in Ireland so much so that a survey by the Irish government s anti racism campaign Know Racism revealed that one in five Irish people have witnessed racism Shelbourne Player Joseph Ndo has been victim to racist abuse He is seen here recieving player of the year award at the 27th PFAI Player Awards 2006 Picture credit David Maher A previous event organised by Show Racism the Red Card Irish Independent Journalist Karl Mc Ginty spoke to the young person next to him Though immensely happy in school she told of the sickening catalogue of abuse she endures daily from complete strangers and which she confessed makes life miserable for blacks 36 of Irish people have no contact with

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Racism Today
    of black people say they have been racially abused or threatened in the last 12 months The Teachers Union of Ireland found that 46 of teachers have witnessed racism in the classroom in the month prior to their conference It also features on the internet In 2010 Facebook closed down an Irish group entitled Why I hate Romanian gypsies which had more than 3 000 fans Racist Attacks Racist attacks terrorise family Race motive in murder attack My experience of racism Eamon Zayed Race motive behind attack on athlete Just some of the headlines on the news section of www theredcard ie in the last year Institutions can add to increasing racism A well known case is that of Stephen Lawrence a black 17 year old student from south east London He was at a bus stop in Eltham London with his friend Duwayne Brooks in April 1993 when they were attacked by a gang of five white youths shouting racist abuse Duwayne managed to escape but Stephen was stabbed to death The police investigation failed to bring Stephen s killers to justice but Stephen s parents Doreen and Neville Lawrence carried on fighting for justice for their son Their campaign persuaded the then Home Secretary Jack Straw to call for a public inquiry in July 1997 the results of which were published on 24 February 1999 The conclusion of the McPherson report pointed to endemic Institutional Racism which blocked the development of the investigation What is Institutional Racism Institutional racism describes the way in which people suffer from racism because it is there in the structure of society structures like the police the legal system businesses and so on Macpherson s report in the UK was issued to consider how the police had failed to apprehend the murder of

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  • Show Racism The Red Card | Football: A Man's Game?
    Sweden and Norway The first women s European Championships were won by Sweden in 1984 TG4 s sponsorship of the Ladies Football All Ireland Championships 2010 and the tenth year of the Ladies Football finals being televised by the national Irish language broadcaster Picture credit Stephen McCarthy On the Pitch the game of football is quite unsuitable for females and should not be encouraged FA s ruling council statement December 1921 Women have also always played football even when the women s game received very little support from the football authorities and it was felt to be an unlady like thing to do There was a very popular women s team who used to play in front of large crowds in the early 1920s They were called Dick Kerr s Ladies and were formed in 1917 by a group of female munitions workers at Kerr s engineering works in Preston They had started out playing on the waste ground outside their factory but by 1920 at a match against St Helen s they had a crowd of 53 000 spectators with another 10 14000 locked out of the ground However the Football Association was not very happy about women playing football In December 1921 the FA s ruling council stated the game of football is quite unsuitable for females and should not be encouraged Women s games were no longer allowed to be played on FA pitches a decision that was not reversed until 1971 Countries like Holland and Germany also imposed similar bans on women s football In the English Premier League today about 15 of supporters are women The Women s Football Association of Ireland was founded in 1973 Germany celebrate their 2007 Fifa Women s World Cup win in China Women s football is officially the fastest

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