Young People urged to ‘Give Peace a Chance’

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26 November 2015 The award winning founder of a charity set up to tackle sectarianism will today encourage a new generation of ‘Peacemakers’ to build bridges across society. Cara Henderson, who set up Nil by Mouth, in response to the … Continued

From Lanarkshire to Lusaka

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18 November 2015 Pupils from two North Lanarkshire schools have come together to show how football can unite people across the globe. Last month, more than 80 P6/7 pupils from Holy Family and Mossend Primary Schools participated in a special sporting event at the … Continued

Moderator Backs ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’

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16 November 2015 The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Rev Dr Angus Morrison, has became the latest figure to support a new campaign aimed at celebrating difference and challenging bigotry in football. The ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ campaign was launched … Continued

Book Week Stramash at Netherdale

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November 3rd 2015 Football and literary fans from across the South of Scotland will be given the chance to ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ later this month as part of Book Week Scotland. On Saturday 28th November at 2pm author Daniel Gray brings his unique combination of football, … Continued

Minister Backs Campaign

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28 October 2015 The Scottish Government has thrown its weight behind efforts to encourage young people to think twice before they post sectarian abuse online. The ‘Pause B4U Post’ campaign has been devised by anti-bigotry charity Nil by Mouth and students from … Continued

‘Football People’ Campaign Comes to Scotland

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22nd October 2015 Pupils from two North Lanarkshire schools are coming together to show how football can unite people across the globe as part of a European wide campaign to tackle discrimination. More than 80 pupils from Holy Family and … Continued

Football Fans Stand up to be Counted

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October 16th 2015 Note: This article was originally published by Third Force News on October 12th 2015 Football isn’t the main cause of sectarianism in Scotland. That’s the message of the latest charity campaign to take social media by storm. … Continued

UN International Day of Peace Event

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October 1st 2015 Nil by Mouth were delighted to have been invited to Cambuslang to speak at Trinity High School’s ‘International Day of Peace’ event on Monday 21st September. Campaign Director Dave Scott addressed Trinity pupils and guests from other … Continued

Nil by Mouth Founder Speaks at ‘Inspiring Women’ Event at Holyrood

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September 29 2015 Note: This article was originally published by The Evening Times on March 24th 2015 INSPIRING women and more than 100 schoolgirls joined forces at the Scottish Parliament in a bid to beat sexism. Evening Times Scotswoman of … Continued

Big Hearted Businesswomen Dig Deep for Charity

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September 29 2015 Anti-sectarian campaigners are celebrating after securing a donation of more than £2,500 from  a leading business women’s networking group. Nil by Mouth received the donation from Glasgow based Scottish Women in Business (swib) after being named as it’s ‘Charity … Continued

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