1. Intercultural and Anti-Racism Training for Staff and Management
2. Going Beyond the School Walls: Engaging with the Community
3. The Diversity Committee
4. Intercultural Review
5. Action Plan for a Diverse School
6. Monitoring, Evaluation and Information Dissemination
7. Curriculum work
8. Diversity Code and Anti-Racism Policy

What is Yellow Flag

The Yellow Flag Programme is a progressive equality & diversity initiative for primary and secondary schools which promotes and supports an environment for interculturalism.

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The Yellow Flag Programme was pioneered by the Irish Traveller Movement as an intercultural innovative solution.

What's New!

10 New schools join the Yellow Flag Programme

We are delighted to have ten new schools beginning work on the 8 steps of the Yellow Flag programme in this academic year. They include 4 secondary schools and 6 primary. This brings to 69 schools involved in the programme!…

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Launch of Yellow Flag Art Competition 2016 (Deadline 30th of November 2016)

A great opportunity for your school and students to creatively engage with the themes of the programme and to really get student’s thinking about how they feel about them and what sort of Ireland they might like to live in. The…

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FACEBOOK INVITATION

The Yellow Flag has a great Facebook page up and running which we would love you to 'Like' and help promote through sharing with others.Like all things we want our FB page to be as interactive as possible and to…

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Education is one of the most important means of combating racism and developing a more inclusive, intercultural society in Ireland. The Yellow Flag programme offers teachers, students and the local community an ideal opportunity to shape and influence how the school works, how the teachers interact with the students and their parents and how students interact with one another and their teachers. The Yellow Flag should be an aspiration for all schools and I look forward to working with the Irish Traveller Movement to make this a reality.”

Kathleen Lynch Minister with responsibility around Equality, 25th of May 2011