Vote for Nasc’s 2014 Better Together Entry – ‘Stop – See Racism – Stand Up’

Tue, September 30, 2014

Better TogetherWe have recently submitted our video entry to the Better Together competition 2014 and are asking friends and supporters of Nasc to get behind us and vote each day to help up win.

The Better Together Video Competition provides an opportunity for Irish non-profit organisations, voluntary clubs and associations, as well as businesses and aspiring young filmmakers, to show the people of Ireland the part they are playing in making us all better together.

The title of our 2014 video entry is “Stop. See racism. Stand up” which was originally created as part of our recent  ‘#EverydayRacism – 30 Days Of Action’ campaign that ran throughout September.

The 2 minute video was created by Nasc’s Anti-Racism Youth Group in collaboration with advocacy filmmaker Sam Whelan-Curtin and aims to create awareness of the everyday experiences of racism, the emotional impact that is has, and to encourage people to report racist incidents to Nasc.

You can vote for our video once every 24 hours, until the competition ends on the 21st of November. Please vote as often as you can and share with your friends and family. Help us get to the final ten, so that we will be in with a chance to win a prize of €1,000. This will help us to continue our work in tackling racism.

You can watch the Video here: