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

Fans Survey Launched on Strict Liability

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February 13th 2017 Today we are launching a survey to gauge fans opinions on the introduction of ‘Strict Liability’ into Scottish football. ‘Strict Liability’ is the UEFA standard for tackling offensive behaviour at games. Sanctions include fines, closure of sections … Continued

Thornliebank Kids Dig Deep for Nil by Mouth

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February 3rd 2017 The campaign to build bridges between religions in Scotland has been boosted by the efforts of big hearted East Renfrewshire kids. Pupils from Our Lady of the Missions Primary School in Thornliebank have raised £500 to support … Continued

Inverclyde Woman a Champion for Change

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29 January 2017 The efforts of an Inverclyde woman to build bridges between people from across the religious divide have been recognised with a national award. Since 2012 Geraldine Harron has been volunteering for the ‘Gies Peace’ project ran by … Continued

Funding Boost for Schools Programme

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26th January 2017 Efforts to build bridges between children from different religious and cultural communities received a boost today with a £4,000 donation to a ground breaking schools programme. The Crerar Hotels Trust made the donation to support Nil by Mouth’s … Continued

Schools Project Prepared For Busy Year

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January 13th 2017 The start of a new year brings new opportunities for schools across Scotland to challenge sectarianism. Over the coming months, Nil By Mouth’s ‘Champions for Change’ project will be working with primary and secondary schools all over … Continued

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