Action Week Programme Launched

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January 15 2018 Monday 15th of January 2018 marks an important first in the history of Nil by Mouth with the launch of our new ‘Action Week’ Programme. The new initiative sees the charity deliver a sustained week’s worth of workshops, … 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

£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

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

Student Teachers Become ‘Champions for Change’

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December 11 2017 Students at a leading UK University took the chance to learn more about tackling bigotry through education this week as Nil by Mouth visited the University of Strathclyde. Students on the University’s BA Primary Education course attended … 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

Opinion Blog: Not Impressed by the Press…

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December 6 2017 This week’s blog is by Rangers fan Rick Roberts who offers his view from the stands on sectarianism in Scotland, how it is reported in the media and the importance of trust in the ongoing public debate… … 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

North Lanarkshire’s Got Talent

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November 21 2017 Primary school pupils from across North Lanarkshire have joined forces with leading charity Nil By Mouth to defeat bigotry and raise awareness of sectarianism. Pupils from Holy Family, Mossend, Condorrat, St Helen’s and Baird Memorial primary schools … Continued

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