Opinion Blog: ‘Torn’- An interview with Artist Kelly Coyle

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April 18 2018 In our latest ‘Opinion’ blog we share the thoughts of award winning Glasgow artist, Kelly Coyle, from an interview first published in the Evening Times in February 2018. ‘Torn’- An interview with Artist Kelly Coyle An East … 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

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

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

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

Opinion Blog: When Banter Goes Too Far

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January 18 2018 In this weeks’ ‘Opinion’ lifelong football fan and freelance sports writer Sean Graham gets a few things off his chest about the difference between ‘Banter’ and provocative behaviour. When Banter Goes Too Far I have watched football … Continued

Opinion Blog: A Letter To My Colleagues

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January 8 2018 Our first opinion piece of 2018 is from John (not his real name) who has been in touch with us about the attitudes of some of his workplace colleagues and the impact their behaviour is having on … Continued

Opinion Blog: No Secret Anymore

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December 15 2017 In this week’s Opinion Blog, Nil By Mouth Campaign Director Dave Scott reflects on the legacy of Jack McConnell’s work on tackling sectarianism and the need to forge consensus across political parties on how to continue the … Continued

Opinion Blog: A Rangers Man

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November 30 2017 In the first contribution to our new ‘Opinion’ section Scots Poet Thomas Clark reflects on his Grandfather’s love of football and what supporting a club means to people. As its St Andrew’s Day we felt it appropriate … Continued

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