Pupils Celebrate Charity Funding Boost

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17 June 2016 Pupils from across Lanarkshire have teamed up with the police and anti-sectarian campaigners to help ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ once and for all. Female footballers from eight Lanarkshire schools will compete  in the first ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ Cup at … Continued

Women’s Game Kiss Bigotry Goodbye

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1 June 2016 The Kiss Bigotry Goodbye campaign received the seal of approval from some of Central Scotland’s leading women’s footballers as Nil by Mouth rook its nationwide tour promoting the positives of the game to the region. The charity … Continued

College students aim to Pitch Perfect

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8 February 2016 Media Release from Ayrshire College AYRSHIRE College students have been challenged by the anti-sectarian charity, Nil By Mouth, to provide a cutting-edge idea for their next campaign. Students from the HIVE (Hope, Inspiration, Vision in Education) facility … Continued

‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ Tour Launched

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29th January 2016 Football fans are to be given the chance to ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ as part of a new tour to highlight the positives of the ‘Beautiful Game’ across Scotland. Campaigners Nil by Mouth today launched a ten-date tour that will … Continued

From Lanarkshire to Lusaka

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18 November 2015 Pupils from two North Lanarkshire schools have come together to show how football can unite people across the globe. Last month, more than 80 P6/7 pupils from Holy Family and Mossend Primary Schools participated in a special sporting event at the … Continued

Moderator Backs ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’

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16 November 2015 The Moderator of the Church of Scotland, Rev Dr Angus Morrison, has became the latest figure to support a new campaign aimed at celebrating difference and challenging bigotry in football. The ‘Kiss Bigotry Goodbye’ campaign was launched … 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

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