Workplace Programme Wins Government Backing

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April 24 2017 Nil By Mouth have been awarded £80,000 by the Scottish Government to support its  workplace and teacher training programmes. The charity’s ‘Beyond Religion & Belief’ package provides organisations with a framework to address sectarianism in the workplace … Continued

Students Help to ‘Bury The Bigotry’

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April 18 2017 A group of East Kilbride students are celebrating after winning a college competition aimed at helping people stand up to bigotry. South Lanarkshire College (SLC) students Robin Lochrie-Brown, Katie Clarke and Demilea Fairbairn, scooped first prize at national … Continued

Cambuslang Kids a Hampden Hit

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April 7th 2017 The efforts of two Cambuslang schools to use sport as a method of building bridges between people have been recognised at Hampden Park. Pupils from Cairns and St Cadoc’s Primaries in Cambuslang teamed up with anti-sectarian campaigners, … Continued

Humour Over Hatred: New Anti-Sectarian Awareness Campaign Launched

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March 23rd 2017 ‘Don’t be a Clown’ when it comes to bigotry: that’s the message from a new campaign aimed at tackling sectarianism in Scotland. Students from City of Glasgow College have teamed up with Nil by Mouth to devise the campaign which aims … Continued

Awards Delight For Condorrat Schools

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March 13th 2017 Pupils from three schools in Condorrat, North Lanarkshire have become the first recipients of Nil By Mouth’s ‘Champions for Change Award’. Primary 7 pupils from St. Helen’s, Condorrat and Baird Memorial Primary Schools joined forces for the … Continued