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2016 Action Forums

Fóraim Ghnímh 2016Conradh na Gaeilge hosted action forums north and south, open to all, to agree on specific actions to promote Irish-language and Gaeltacht commitments in the 2016 election campaigns, and are currently motivating the local voting public to get involved by talking to their newly-elected representatives now that the elections are over.

Where is your nearest forum?

Dublin   11 January 2016
Roscommon
Mayo
  18 January 2016
Kildare   19 January 2016
Clare   20 January 2016
Limerick   26 January 2016
Offaly
Longford
Westmeath
Kilkenny
  27 January 2016
Donegal (South)   2 February 2016
Cavan
Galway
Louth
  4 February 2016
Leitrim   5 February 2016
Wexford   6 February 2016
Cork   9 February 2016
Sligo   10 February 2016
Carlow
Tipperary
Monaghan
Laois
  10 February 2016
Donegal (North)   16 February 2016
Meath
Kerry
  17 February 2016
Antrim   6 April 2016
Mid-Ulster   7 April 2016
Derry   13  April 2016
Derry City   14 April 2016
Tyrone   20  April 2016
Down   21 April 2016

Now Conradh na Gaeilge is asking local voters – those that are fluent Irish speakers, those that are learning Irish, or indeed those that support the language in any way – to put the following commitments to all the newly-elected representatives in their own constituency. Ní neart go cur le chéile - there is strength in unity, and politicians will listen to their local communities if they are all questioned about whether or not they will actively work to support the Irish language and for the Gaeltacht.

Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge