£10,000 Boost to Build Bridges Between Young People

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December 19 2017 Nil by Mouth have finished the year on a high by securing a five figure donation that will ensure its ground breaking schools programme will continue to build bridges between people in 2018. The Gannochy Trust have awarded … Continued

Lord McConnell Honoured as a ‘Champion for Change’

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December 8 2017 The work of Lord Jack McConnell to challenge bigotry and intolerance in Scotland has been recognised by the country’s leading anti-sectarianism charity. Lord McConnell, who was First Minister between 2001 and 2007, was presented with a ‘Champions … Continued

Pupils Celebrate Charity Funding Boost

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17 June 2016 Pupils from across Lanarkshire have teamed up with the police and anti-sectarian campaigners to help ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ once and for all. Female footballers from eight Lanarkshire schools will compete  in the first ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ Cup at … Continued

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

Case Study: Scottish Women in Business (SWIB)

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One of the most successful partnerships we have undertaken in recent years has been with Scottish Women in Business (SWIB). SWIB is a Glasgow based non-profit membership & networking group for businesswomen. With over 120 members, the group has been … 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

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

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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