Singer Delivers Scots Delight

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January 24 2022 One of Scotland’s brightest young musical talents is putting her voice to good use by helping our charity encourage children to build bridges higher than walls using Scots. Iona Fyfe has been supporting efforts to have the ‘Neeps and … Continued

College Holds Anti-Sectarianism Events

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November 26 2021 Students and staff at Dumfries and Galloway College have marked Interfaith Week with a series of online events held in partnership with anti-sectarianism charity Nil By Mouth. Presented by respected anti-sectarianism campaigner and Campaign Director of Nil … Continued

Cambuslang Kids a Hampden Hit

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April 7th 2017 The efforts of two Cambuslang schools to use sport as a method of building bridges between people have been recognised at Hampden Park. Pupils from Cairns and St Cadoc’s Primaries in Cambuslang teamed up with anti-sectarian campaigners, … Continued

Uddingston Schools Come Together to Celebrate Difference

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7 June 2016 Two South Lanarkshire schools have teamed up with Scotland’s anti-sectarianism charity to help its efforts to build bridges between communities. Pupils at Muiredge and St John the Baptist Primary Schools in Uddingston took part in a special day of sporting activities … Continued

Scottish Football Urged to Give Fans the Vote on ‘Strict Liability’

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12 January 2016 Anti-sectarian campaigners today called on Scottish football clubs to give fans a say on the game signing up to UEFA’s code of conduct for dealing with sectarian, racist and offensive behaviour at games. Nil by Mouth made … Continued

It’s a Crerar Christmas for Campaigners

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17 December 2015 Christmas came early for campaigners Nil by Mouth after it collected a donation of £1,000 from a leading Charitable Trust. The Crerar Hotels Trust made the donation to support NbM’s ‘Pitch Perfect’ college programmes which will see … Continued


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#KissBigotryGoodbye is a collaboration between Nil by Mouth and students from City of Glasgow College who won a competition organised by the charity to create a campaign highlighting the positives of being a football fan in Scotland. To take part … Continued

Sports Students Spurred To Tackle Sectarianism

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1st April 2015 Scotland’s leading anti-sectarian charity, Nil By Mouth, has been delivering workshops to the next generation of coaches at Ayrshire College’s Townholm campus, in order to provide them with the insights, techniques and strategies they will need in … Continued

Campaign Visits South of Scotland

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30th March 2015 In the last few weeks we have been working across the South of Scotland with events in both the Scottish Borders and Dumfries & Galloway. Over the past six weeks as part of its ‘Rights and Responsibilities’ … Continued

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