Gourock Schools Sing Something New

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April 1 2018 Two Gourock high Schools have teamed up with Nil By Mouth to ‘Sing Something New’ to promote tolerance and change across Scotland. Second year pupils from Clydeview Academy and St Columba’s High School have recently engaged with … Continued

Record Funding Announced

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March 26 2018 Nil by Mouth’s work tackling sectarianism received a massive boost today with the announcement of record levels of funding from the Scottish Government. Minister for Community Safety Annabelle Ewing MSP announced £95,000 worth of support to the … Continued

Action in West Lothian

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March 16 2018 Hundreds of school pupils across West Lothian have teamed up with Nil By Mouth to tackle sectarianism during our most recent ‘Action Week’. The initiative sees the charity deliver a sustained week of workshops, presentations, training, activities … Continued

Campaign Urges Fans to ‘Sing Something Else’

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March 8 2018 ‘Sing Something Else’ – that’s the message of a hard-hitting new online campaign aimed at encouraging people to stop chanting sectarian songs and slogans at football matches in Scotland. The campaign is being launched by leading charity Nil by … Continued

Rutherglen Schools Celebrate Difference

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March 2 2018 Pupils from two primary schools in Rutherglen have joined forces with Nil By Mouth to challenge sectarianism together. Pupils from Spittal and St Mark’s primary schools have this week enjoyed their first workshop with NBM and are looking forward to … Continued

Police Cadets Stand Up To Sectarianism

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March 1 2018 Young Police Volunteers across Scotland have teamed up with Nil By Mouth to learn more about sectarianism and how to tackle it. Police Scotland Youth Volunteers (PSYV) from East Renfrewshire and East Dunbartonshire have recently linked in … Continued

Opinion Blog: Beyond the OBF Act – What Happens Next?

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February 28 2018 In our latest ‘Opinion’ blog as the Scottish Parliament prepares to repeal the Offensive Behaviour at Football Act Nil by Mouth Campaign Director Dave Scott asks ‘what happens next’? Beyond the OBF Act – What Happens Next? … Continued

Coatbridge Schools Unite To Tackle Sectarianism

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February 9 2018 Pupils from two primary schools in Coatbridge have joined forces with Nil By Mouth to defeat bigotry and raise awareness of sectarianism. Pupils from Greenhill and St Patrick’s primary schools have recently engaged with the charity through … Continued

Opinion Blog: Strict Liability – A View From Europe

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January 29 2018 Our latest ‘Opinion’ comes from leading expert on Strict Liability in Sport, Dr. Rosmarijn van Kleef who offers a European perspective on the ongoing debate about introducing UEFA principles into Scottish Football. Strict Liability – A View … Continued

Glasgow Artist Scoops Charity Prize

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January 26 2018 An East-End artist’s heartfelt warning against the dangers of passing on sectarian attitudes to children has scooped first prize in a competition ran by campaigners. Kelly Coyle’s photo ‘Torn’ was chosen as  the winner of Nil by … Continued

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