Videos

Videos from the Irish Education pack DVD

These are video clips that are on the DVD which comes with the Show Racism the Red Card Education Pack. Click title to play:

What is Racism? »

Aidan Power: What is racism? It is a word we hear a lot, but what exactly does it mean and how do we recognise it?

Racism in Society »

Students explain the circumstances where they witness racism and how they responded.

Racism in Sport »

Top footballers in Ireland give examples of their experiences of racism in Ireland.

Racism and its Consequences »

Children give examples of their experience of racism and how it feels. What does racism feel like?

Actions and Steps in Response to Racism »

Players and young people give advice as what to do when it comes to racism.

Living in a Diverse Ireland »

Players and children talk about the positive impacts of diversity in their lives. These video files were made with the lateset compression methods. If you are having problems with the video or audio, it is likely the codecs installed on your system are not correct you can download the codecs to correctly play these videos from Free-Codecs.com

Other Videos

PicFootballers talk about the landsdown road riots in 1995. Contributions from Warren Barton, Nick Barnby and David Kelly
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PicArsene Wenger, Rio Ferdinand and Curtis Flemming talk about racism in football
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PicJoe Cole talks about dealing with racist abuse
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Gallery

Holly Fogarty from St Vincents school in Dundalk with Matt Holland Mary Murphy from Buncrana came runner up with Stephen Carr Chris Hughton with Portmarnock school students Niall Quinn, Dessie Farrell and Curtis Fleming at launch of SRTRC
Holly Fogarty from St Vincents school in Dundalk with Matt Holland Mary Murphy from Buncrana came runner up with Stephen Carr Chris Hughton with Portmarnock school students Niall Quinn, Dessie Farrell and Curtis Fleming at launch of SRTRC
Holly Fogarty from St Vincents school in Dundalk with Matt Holland Mary Murphy from Buncrana came runner up with Stephen Carr Chris Hughton with Portmarnock school students Niall Quinn, Dessie Farrell and Curtis Fleming at launch of SRTRC

The Players Point of View

Many sporting personalities have been affected by Racism. This is their Point of View:

Eamon Zayed"People have shouted abuse at me because of my dad’s religion. He is Muslim. I try not to let it get to me, but it does sometimes" Eamon Zayed

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