Nov 21, 2012 Wednesday
Scottish Youth Theatre
Scottish Youth Theatre,
Glasgow GB

'Sectarianism': a big word in every way and one we hear more and more these days. But do we know what it actually means? What is the difference between 'banter' and 'bigotry'? Can you be a '90 minute bigot'? Is there such a thing as 'white collar' sectarianism? Do we define sectarianism by what offends us rather than how we ourselves may offend others? If you want to discuss these questions, listen to the views of others and most importantly ask these questions of yourself this class, led by Nil By Mouth's Campaign Director, is for you

Bring one of the following:
All we ask is you bring a piece of paper (sealed in an envelope) with no more than a paragraph stating what 'sectarianism' means to you.

About the teacher, Nil By Mouth

There are lots of possible reasons why you might have come looking for us – whatever those reasons, we’re glad that you did and we hope you will find some useful information here. Nil by Mouth is a registered Scottish Charity (SCO 30375), existing for the sole purpose of achieving a society free from sectarianism where cultural and religious diversity is respected and celebrate by everyone. We believe that Scotland can succeed in this goal if we unite together to tackle the problem as a nation. Nil by Mouth is concerned with the destructive social impact that sectarianism has upon our lives and upon our society. Nil by Mouth is based in Glasgow and works throughout Scotland. Nil by Mouth is not a religious organisation. Nil by Mouth is about challenging intolerance and prejudice Nil by Mouth provides awareness raising workshops to schools, workplaces and other groups.