Anti-Racism Creative Competition Looking For Kerry Entrants

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Pictured at last year’s Anti-Racism Creative Competition award ceremony was a winning entry by students of Eureka Secondary School, Kells. Picture: Barry Cronin.

SHOW Racism the Red Card’s annual ‘Anti-Racism Creative Competition’ is looking for primary and secondary schools, youth organisations and individual children and young people, from Kerry to register for the competition.

The competition encourages young people to develop creative anti-racism messages using written, visual and audio-visual means

Show Racism the Red Card is an international anti-racism and education charity. Speaking about the Anti-Racism Creative Competition, Garrett Mullan, Executive Director of Show Racism the Red Card, said: “Racism continues to be a serious issue in Irish society, and it’s an issue that needs to be tackled in our schools, youth organisations and sports clubs from Kerry.

He continued, “last year, we were blown away by the creative and talented entries we received, and we hope this year will be the same! We’re encouraging all schools and youth organisations around Ireland to get on board.”

Entries can be submitted in the form of written articles, comment pieces, opinion pieces, reports, poems, sculpture, mural, mosaic, artworks, video, film or animation.

The deadline for entries is Friday March 31.

Any Schools, organisations and individuals that want to get involved can register online at or for more information contact

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