A large number of youngsters get hostile to bigotry training in October
October is probably the busiest month at Show Racism the Red Card – with Wear Red Day and Black History Month truly allowing us a chance to discuss the work we do and why it’s so significant. Throughout the month we conveyed hostile to prejudice instruction to 2,159 youngsters in 19 schools and universities in England. A further 90 elementary school understudies partook in workshops at an uncommon Wear Red Day occasion at our Southern area workplaces.
This month we worked with 14 football clubs the nation over to convey novel instructive occasions, where 1,270 youngsters partook in workshops about bigotry and abhor wrongdoing.
Our instruction laborers gave against prejudice, uniformities and detest wrongdoing preparing to 219 grown-ups through working environments, associations, educator preparing and meetings. We additionally went to 11 occasions, including the Stand up to Racism gathering, London Borough Hammersmith and Fulham Hate Crime Awareness Event, Anne Frank Exhibition in Newcastle and the Teakisi Women’s Event.