European Success for Nil by Mouth

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September 27 2017 We are delighted to announce that Nil by Mouth has been chosen to spearhead a European initiative to promote equality through football across Scotland. We will receive £3,600 of funding to organise the ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ tour … Continued

Peace Blooms in Cambuslang

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September 21 2017 Efforts to promote Peace across the world has been high on the agenda for a South Lanarkshire High School this week. Nil by Mouth was delighted to be invited to address more than 100 S1 pupils at … Continued

Youthlink Language on Social Media survey Launched

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September 1 2017 In our latest guest blog Youthlink Scotland’s Sarah Robinson Galloway is seeking the public’s views on the language being used on social media…. YouthLink Scotland is investigating the use of language on social media. Of particular interest … Continued

Battle of the Football Bards

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August 28 2017 Scottish Football’s first ‘Battle of the Bards’ took place at the weekend with Dumbarton FC clinching the first piece of silverware of the new season. Dumbarton’s ‘Poet in Residence’ Stephen Watt won the first ‘Poetry and Penalties’ … Continued

Poets Vie for Penalty Crown

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August 23 2017 The ‘Beautiful Game’ will be celebrated like never before this weekend as three Scottish football poets take part in a unique competition in the Scottish Borders. Selkirk FC’s Poet in Residence Thomas Clark will join his Dumbarton & St … Continued

Partnership Boost for Nil by Mouth

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August 21 2017 A Dumfries & Galloway Councillor and a Lowland League Football team have teamed up to raise awareness of the work of Nil by Mouth to fans of the ‘Beautiful Game.’ Annandale East and Eskdale Cllr Archie Dryburgh … Continued

Are You A Champion For Change?

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August 17 2017 The start of the new school term marks the sixth year of Nil By Mouth’s Champions for Change schools programme which is open to primary and secondary schools and features various methods of engaging with the issue … Continued

Case Study: Buddies Programme

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Nil By Mouth’s ‘Buddies’ programme was piloted by bringing pupils together from two Paisley primary schools. Young people from West and St Mary’s primaries worked on a range of activities exploring the history of their town and its different cultural … Continued

Robert Beats the Bookies to Battle Bigotry

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July 31 2017 Nil by Mouth’s efforts to banish bigotry from society has been boosted thanks to a big-hearted Barrhead radio host with an eye for the form book. During the 2016/17 football season Robert Burns, who hosts the cult … Continued

Mossend Pupils Scoop National Award

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July 27 2017 Two North Lanarkshire schools are celebrating after scooping national awards for their efforts to tackle sectarianism. Pupils at Holy Family and Mossend Primary Schools  have been presented with ‘Champions for Change’ awards by leading anti-sectarianism charity Nil by Mouth. The … Continued

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