Fimu and its member organizations organized Show Racism the Red Card sports day March 21 in Kallion urheilutalo, Helsinki. Also Helsingin Latu and Helsingin Bowlingliitto were part of the event.
First thing on the program was mother-child sports which was led by Khilood Mansoor. After that Sambo ry made a show and Eteri Sarre taught floorball for families. Adults futsal tournament was played with teams: Vantaan Suomen ja Georgian ystävyys- ja kulttuuriyhdistys, Ethio-Fin ry, VFT, Saykus ry sekä FC Safari Junior Club.
Fun Bowling organized bowling with the help of Helsinki Bowlingliitto, Khilood Mansoor and FC Safari Junior Club/Mohamed. Outdoors participants had chance to practice nordic walking with Alina Soikkanen and Helsingin Latu.
The day was successful and gave many participants chance to try out new sports.
PKR -hanke on näkynyt useissa tapahtumissa kesän ja syksyn aikana vuonna 2014.
Rasismin vastaista sanomaa vietiin eteenpäin useilla paikkakunnilla jalkapallonVeikkausliigassa, Tampereella Tyttöjen lentopallon EM-karsintaturnauksessa, Katusählyn finaaliturnauksessa Helsingin Narinkkatorilla ja Olympiastadionilla Yleisurheilun Suomi-Ruotsi maaottelussa. Osallistujia ja katsojia näissä tapahtumissa oli yhteensä reilusti yli tuhat.
Fimu ja Punainen kortti rasismille -hanke olivat myös mukana yhteistyötahona Helsingin Kaupungin ja Moniheli ry:n SPARK 14 -tapahtumassa. Tapahtuma esitteli maahanmuuttajien mahdollisuuksista osallistua järjestöjen toimintaan pääkaupunkiseudun alueella. Järjestöjä osallistui tapahtumaan useita kymmeniä ja kävijöitä kertyi yli 300.
Tulevia Punainen kortti rasismille -tapahtumia ovat mm.Folkhälsanin järjestämä Idrott som integreringsresurs -seminaari Vaasassa 14.11.2014 ja Super Cheer cheerleading kilpailu Vantaan Energia-Areenalla 15.11.2014.
The first game of the respect campaign took place yesterday, where FC Honka made the first exchange of a baton, which contained an anti-racism manuscript, to the players on the visiting side, FF Jaro.
Over 3000 fair trade bananas were offered to fans attending the match to support the ant-racism message as a theme, based on last weeks match, which saw Barcelona player Dani Alvesia eat the banana the opponents fan threw at him last week.
The match ended in a tie FC Honka 1-1 FF Jaro…..Now FF Jaro will continue the passing of the baton in Thursdays match against VPS!
The Finnish Multicultural Sports Federations ’Show Racism the Red Card’ organised a seminar on the role of education and Sport in combating racism and had a fantastic turnout. The Minister of Culture and Sport State Secretary, Mr Jarmo Linden made the opening speech and emphasised the importance of education and sport in supporting the message against racism.
There were many fantastic presentation ranging from sports such as football, basketball, ice hockey and athletics. It was also nice to hear how the Nordic countries plan to develop Show Racism the Red Card in their plans in future cooperation. Finally, we ended the day off with representatives of two key international schools (Helsinki international school and Turku international school) and show racism the red card from Ireland who shared their experiences to help form open-ended discussions. Now let’s move to the next level and put these fantastic ideas into action!!!
Thank you to everyone who helped make this possible!
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Fimu’s ’Show Racism the Red card’ campaign is excited to announce its guest speakers for the seminar ’The Role of Education and Sport in Combating Racism’ 20.3.2014
The idea is create an open-learning environment so that people can share ideas and learn from each other
Espoo Blues become the first ice hockey club in Finland to introduce ’Show Racism the Red Card’. A fantastic display with all of those involved!
Finland leads Europe: over 10 SRTRC-Games in the Finnish football league
Hi SRTRC supporters,
We are very glade today to inform you about all good news from Finland concerning the Show Racism The Red Card as the main and only campaign supported by the Ministry of culture and sport delivering anti-racism work in the top levels of sports.
After the success of the ”toward more tolerance ” seminar in Helsinki -April 2013- where the Minister of Culture and Sport Paavo Arhinmäki stated: ”No one should suffer because of his or her background. Fimu has successfully launched SRTRC campaign in Finnish football fields, we support Fimu’s work and this is a good example of an international model to integrate immigrants using sport”, here is small summary about the big activities that comes after:
Thanks to the league Football Clubs family, Fimu has organized over 10 games in the Finnish league only and much more games in all other levels such named SRTRC -games to show up the anti-racism message for example:
27.6.2013 RoPS Rovaniemi – FC HonkaEspoo
6.7.2013 RoPS – KuPS Kuopio
27.7.2013 FF Jaro Pietarsaari – VPS Vaasa
17.8.2013 JJK -Jyväskylä – KuPS (Finnish Cup)
25.8.2013 JJK- Jyväskylä – FC Lahti
1.9.2013 Global football tournament 2013 TAS ry Tampere
3.9.2013 KuPS – TPS 13.9.2013 HJK – IFK Mariehamn
22.9.2013 MYPA- FC Lahti
26.10.2013 FC Inter – Honka (Fare week game)
26.10.2013 FC Lahti-TPS (Fare week game)
So the campaign takes place in more than 10 cities from South to North of Finland.
Also the activities been reported in all main local newspapers and medias and some parts been shown in TV like Finnish MTV3.
Fimu and Players Union have launched an educational tour in the refugees centers where Fimu takes part in introducing the SRTRC and addressing the anti-racism through football with participation of many famous league players. Fimu and Players Union continue the SRTRC Nordic campaign that started since 2005.
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Show Racism the Red Card! SRTRC–seminar 2013
”On the way towards more tolerance”
THE FINNISH MULTICULTURAL SPORTS FEDERATION FIMU
organized the anti-racism seminar in Helsinki on 9th April 2013.
Fimu is proud to here this:
Minister of Culture and Sport Paavo Arhinmäki speach: ”No one should suffer because of his or her background, Fimu has successfully launched SRTRC campaign in Finnish football fields. we support Fimu’s work and this is a good example of an international model to integrate immigrants using sport” Jatka lukemista ”Seminar Helsinki 2013”