2010:JJK Campaign

Show Racism The Red Card JJK vs HAKA 23.10.2010 JYVÄSKYLÄ

Preparations under way to strength the message against Racism
SRTRC TIFO IN THE SUPERLIIGUE GAME JJK#HAKA

Before starting the game the organisation’s speaker
reminds all the importance of respect behaviour in the field
and also outside and mentions the main objectives of SRTRC
project and many thanks to JJk with its cooperation with Fimu
In the battle against racism in sports.
“SRTRC team and the focus on next generation”

 

SRTRC 2009

2009 NEWS:

On Wednsday 5.8.2009 Fimu ry and FC JJK has organized so called- Veikkausliiga SRTRC GAME – between  Fc JJK  and KuPS, in this game the JJK players play with SRTRC logo in them shirts and also give examples in the field for showing an SRTRC stronge message to all.

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Show Racism The redcard project 2009  

FiMu has signed a cooperation agreement with JJK for the Finnish football season 2009.
Joining the super league JJK will paly very important role for the SRTRC project, multiple activities will take place in important games, hoping to continue to achieve a positive behavior inside and ouside the football field.

SRTRC 2008

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Babatunde Wusu and Tommi Kari

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

in Finnish First League, Fimu has achieved agreement with the two Finland’s Football Ambassadors against racism, Babatunde Wusu and Tommi Kari to transmit the message of SRTRC and introduce its objectives to media, fans and players. FiMu made with them a campaign work, so that they will play all games 2007-2008 with SRTRC logo in them shirts .

Naisten SM-SARJA

in Women League, FC Ilves has played against PuiU. This game was an SRTRC game by introducing a SRTRC to fans and players. FC Ilves has made a campaign with FiMu and will play all "Naisten SM-Sarja" games with SRTRC logo in player's shirts .
in Women League, FC Ilves has played against PuiU. This game was an SRTRC game by introducing a SRTRC to fans and players. FC Ilves has made a campaign with FiMu and will play all “Naisten SM-Sarja” games with SRTRC logo in player’s shirts .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Seminar 3: Gothenburg 2006

Nordic seminar no 3 in Gothenburg May 4th 2006

Magnus Erlingmark – Swedish Player Union
John Ohlsson – Undom mot rasism, Sweden
Gabby Castillo – Undom mot rasism, Sweden
Markus Juhola – Finish Player Union
Mourad Bentaleb – FIMU (Finnish Multicultural Sports Fed)
Mads Øland – Danish Player Union
Simon Christensen – MixEurope, Denmark
Henrik Stabell – Norwegian People’s Aid

Scandic Crown Hotel : 10.00-18.30

Outcome of this seminar: We should make sure we leave here with a joint statement and ideas for a new joint product. Continue reading “Seminar 3: Gothenburg 2006”

Seminar 2: Helsinki 2005

 

Helsinki 27-28 June 2005 Show racism the red card! – Networking and exchange of experience

Nordic Seminar II hosted by FiMu in Helsinki
Nordic Seminar II hosted by FiMu in Helsinki

Monday June 27th

Nordic cooperaton so far (Henrik):

Since last seminar in Copenhagen we have been told that the Nordic council of Ministers do not have funds for our work except the ETNORDEN program where youth groups can get funding to arrange seminars. However, FARE hope to set aside some of the Nike wristbands money to support the Nordic campaigns, but we do not know how much this could be as of yet.

 

The web site of the Nordic cooperation is up and running, mainly presenting the contacts of each national initiative. Each campaign can get access to this site by contacting SRTRC Norway.

The Swedish and Danish campaigns got a set of their own big red cards (from the FARE budget) and will be posted a box of 1000 cards each.

Situation in Finland (Mourad, Haider and Markus): Continue reading “Seminar 2: Helsinki 2005”

Seminar 1: Copenhagen

Show racism the red card: Networking and exchange of experience

Summary of Seminar
Feb. 1st and 2nd , 2005

SRTRC Seminar Copenhagen 2005
SRTRC Seminar Copenhagen 2005

Background

Show racism the red card originated in England 10 years ago. In 2000 Norwegian People’s Aid and the Norwegian Players Union in Norway launched a similar campaign with great success. Youth groups of NPA co-ordinated activities at the Premier League arenas, handing out red cards with anti-racist messages to spectators and organised so that the football players showed racism the red card before the match. The campaign has also moved out to schools and tournaments for kids/youth where players and project staff address the issue of racism.

Continue reading “Seminar 1: Copenhagen”