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INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR THE ELIMINATION OF RACIAL DISCRIMINATION
Saturday 21st March marks the UN'S Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. The Day was established to commemorate those who lost their lives at the Sharpeville Massacre in South Africa on 21st March 1960 and to remind people of racial discriminations negative consequences, and to remember their obligation and determination to combat racial discrimination... Read More››
EUROPEAN-WIDE ACTION WEEK AGAINST RACISM
Every year around 21 March, the UNITED network coordinates the European-wide Action Week Against Racism and calls upon the international community to bring an end to racism, discrimination and intolerance. UNITED urges NGOs, community organisations, schools, local councils and individuals to join forces and confront racism with direct action... Read More››
UNITED THROUGH SPORT
MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS SOCCER SKILLS CHALLENGE
Have a look at the Millennium Development Goals Soccer Skills Challenge video we made at Soccerfest 2014 with some of the participants of the Soccer Skills Challenge - and learn more about the MDGs! The MDGs will be replaced in 2015 by the Sustainable Development Goals... Read More››
SAMUEL ETO'O AND FARE RECEIVE EUROPEAN MEDAL
Great to see SARI's Ken McCue with Samuel Eto'o at Kensington Palace, London where Eto'o, along with the NGO Football Against Racism Europe (FARE), was being presented with the third European Medal of Tolerance for "exceptional achievements" in tackling discrimination through football. The medal was presented by the European Council on Tolerance and Reconciliation (ECTR) an NGO established in 2008 by former Polish President Aleksander Kwasniewski and European Jewish Congress President Moshe Kantor to monitor tolerance in Europe... Read More››
WORLD FOOTBALL FIVES ROAD TO DUBAI
Many thanks to Emmet Switzer and all at the F5WC for hosting a qualifying tournament for the Dubai 2015 Football Fives earlier this month in support of SARI. And to all the teams and players who made it to Irishtown to take part. The final between Republic of Gingerbread and I5sAS ended 1-1 with I5sAS going on to win 4-2 on penalties. Great to see Ennis All Stars and Equality FC at the tournament.
SARI 'TRAD AGAINST RACISM' GALA FUNDRAISER
Many thanks to all the artists who performed at the SARI Trad Against Racism gig in January at St. Michan's Church as part of the Temple Bar TradFest: Leonard Barry and guests, Hare Squead, Twin Headed Wolves, The Young Folk, Loah, Lisa O'Neill, Mundy and Glen Hansard - you were all amazing and created a magical experience. We really appreciate all your support....
INTEGRATION THROUGH SPORT CONFERENCE
SARI was delighted to take part in the 'Integration Through Sport' conference hosted by Minister of State Aodhán Ó Riordáin in partnership with the FAI as part of the Polska Eire Festival marking the European Championship qualifying match between Ireland and Poland... Read More››