Schools Stand Up To Sectarianism

posted in: News | 0

December 19 2019 It has been another busy year for Nil By Mouth’s Champions for Change schools programme. Over the last 12 months we have worked with over 7,000 school pupils across 21 local authorities. We started 2019 with the … Continued

Kevin Keeps on Running for Charity

posted in: News | 0

17 December 2019 A big-hearted Airdrie schoolboy has put on his running shoes to raise money for schools to tackle sectarianism across the country. Kevin Hornal, from P7 from St Andrew’s Primary in Airdrie raised £115 for leading equalities charity … Continued

Primary Pupils Play Their Part At Hampden

posted in: News | 0

April 2 2019 The efforts of two North Lanarkshire primary schools to use sport to build bridges between communities have been recognised at Hampden Park. Pupils from Mossend and Holy Family primary schools teamed up with anti-sectarian campaigners, Nil by … Continued

Kirsty’s A Diamond

posted in: News | 0

December 20 2018 The efforts of a HR professional to encourage staff to think more deeply about sectarianism in society has been recognised by Nil by Mouth. Kirsty Diamond, Human Resources Business Partner at Network Rail, was presented with a … Continued

Charity Launch Lanarkshire Action Week

posted in: News | 0

September 10 2018 Hundreds of people from across North Lanarkshire will join the battle against bigotry this week as part of our efforts to rid Scotland of sectarianism. Nil by Mouth Staff will lead an ‘Acton Week’ in schools, colleges and … Continued

Parliamentary Praise for Schools Programme

posted in: News | 0

June 25 2018 Nil by Mouth’s pioneering ‘Champions for Change’ schools programme has been publicly praised in Parliament by Cabinet Secretary for Education John Swinney MSP. Mr Swinney, who is also Scotland’s Deputy First Minister, made his remarks in response … Continued

Gourock Goes to Holyrood

posted in: News | 0

June 20 2018 Two Gourock high schools have been honoured at Holyrood for their work building bridges between people from different faiths and cultures. Pupils and staff from Clydeview Academy and St Columba’s High School visited the Parliament be presented … Continued

%d bloggers like this: