Johnstone Pupils Join Forces to Banish Sectarianism

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29 April 2015 FOUR Johnstone primary schools have teamed up to tackle sectarianism. Pupils from Fordbank, St David’s, St Anthony’s and Cochrane Castle primary schools — all in Johnstone — joined forces for a programme of events, discussion and activities … Continued

BBC Radio Scotland Feature Cyber Bigotry Campaign

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Nil by Mouth’s tie up with emerging Scottish writing talent Jennifer Adam and Black Dingo Production to launch the first schools tour of the acclaimed play ‘Warrior’ has been featured on BBC Radio Scotland’s ‘Sunday Morning’ show. ‘Warrior’ is the … Continued

Businesswomen Put Best Feet Forward For Charity

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Thursday 16th April 2015 A group of Glasgow businesswomen are donning their trainers and getting on their bikes to raise money for an award winning charity. Members of Scottish Women in Business (swib) have signed up to take the ‘5×50’ … Continued

Paisley’s Got Talent

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6th April 2015 A group of campaigning pupils from across Paisley have had their efforts to tackle sectarianism recognised. Pupils from Gleniffer High, St Andrew’s Academy and Paisley Grammar have been working with anti-sectarian charity Nil by Mouth and the Mark Scott Leadership for Life Scheme on a peer education programme … Continued

Sports Students Spurred To Tackle Sectarianism

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1st April 2015 Scotland’s leading anti-sectarian charity, Nil By Mouth, has been delivering workshops to the next generation of coaches at Ayrshire College’s Townholm campus, in order to provide them with the insights, techniques and strategies they will need in … Continued

Campaign Visits South of Scotland

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30th March 2015 In the last few weeks we have been working across the South of Scotland with events in both the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway. Over the past six weeks as part of its ‘Rights and Responsibilities’ … Continued

New Play Launched to Tackle Cyber Hate

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3rd March 2015 Hundreds or pupils across Scotland are to learn about the dangers of posting sectarian messages online this month with the launch of a new play focusing on cyber bullying and bigotry. We have teamed up with Black … Continued

Scottish Football Told: ‘ Time for Strict Liability’

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24th February 2015 We have today called on Scottish football clubs to sign up to UEFA’s code of conduct for dealing with sectarian, racist and offensive behaviour at games.   Nil by Mouth made the call in the wake of … Continued

Nil by Mouth Founder Named as Scotswoman of the Year

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9th Feb 2015 SHE was the young girl who dared to stand up to the noise and the anger of sectarianism, after the brutal death of her friend on a Glasgow street. Twenty years on, Cara Henderson’s courage and determination … Continued

Sectarianism Told to Get on Its Bike

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23rd January 2015 Blantyre school children have taken their campaign to challenge sectarianism to the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. Pupils from St Blane’s Primary School participated in the special promotional event aimed at raising awareness of work being undertaken in … Continued

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