Campaigning and action

A Fair Go: A Community Kit for Action Against Racism

This resource, produced in 2002 by the NGO Action Coalition Against Racism, includes information about racism and a series of action sheets providing simple, concrete ways in which individuals and groups can take action against racism in Australia (pdf document). 

All Together Now

All Together Now is Australia’s only national charity that is solely focused on addressing racism. Their website contains information about their campaigns and events, their strategy, information about racism and advice on how to speak up against racism.

Anti-Hate Spray Campaign

This is the website of the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission’s ‘Anti-Hate Spray’ campaign, which aims to empower individuals to take a stand against racism in the community. The interactive website allows individuals to report their experiences with racism and read about other peoples’ experiences, and also provides tips and tools to combat racism.

BeyondBlue - Stop. Think. Respect

This campaign highlights the impact that racism can have upon the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The website contains information for taking action against discrimination and provides resources to enable victims of racism to access support.

Football Federation Victoria

The Football Federation Victoria launched the ‘Don’t Stand By. Stand Up!’ campaign in 2014. The campaign aims to support the football community to respond and prevent racism both on and off the field. Their website provides draft codes of behaviour for coaches, match officials, parents and spectators, as well as a variety of factsheets related to racism in sport.

Kick It Out

Kick It Out: Tacking Racism and Discrimination, runs the ‘Let’s Kick Racism Out of Football’ campaign. This campaign, established in 1993 in the UK, works with football authorities, clubs, players, fans and communities to tackle discrimination. The website provides information about the campaign, news about racism in football, advice on how to tackle racism and policies and practices to promote equality in football clubs.

Moving Beyond Racism

The Australian Psychological Society has created a ‘Moving Beyond Racism’ tip sheet, to provide information on what adults, families, educators and children can do to combat racism and prejudice.

Online Hate Prevention Institute

The Online Hate Prevention Institute was created in 2012 and seeks to address the issue of online hate. The OHPI website provides information on how to respond to online hate and has created a tool for monitoring and reporting online hate which will be launched in late 2014.

Play By The Rules: Racism in Sport Toolkit

This website provides a range of tools and resources to assist sportspeople and clubs to prevent racism and to take action should it occur. The resources include interactive guides, online training, videos, and posters, flyers and postcards.

Racism in Aboriginal Australia

This website by Creative Spirits contains information about casual racism experienced by Indigenous Australians in everyday life, and challenges readers to question its prevalence in society, including in sport, the arts, media, placenames and consumer products. It contains relevant poll results, quotes, pictures, videos, stories and additional resources.

Racism. It Stops With Me

The Racism. It Stops With Me website includes examples on how you can take action against racism. Relevant pages include:
Good practice case studies
What You Say Matters

Show Racism the Red Card

Show Racism the Red Card is a UK campaign that aims to use top footballers in the UK to educate against racism through a schools program. The website provides ideas on how to fight racism, information about the work and events held by the organisation, poster downloads and testimonials from schools and students who have taken part in SRtRC workshops.

Youth Voices Against Racism

This project was initiated by UNESCO, FC Barcelona and the European Coalition of Cities against Racism, in partnership with the European Parliament, and aims to counteract racism in sport and through sport. This website includes links to the project’s concept paper, as well as information on how to promote tolerance and other related publications and resources.

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