Office of the Language Commissioner

Office of the Language Commissioner

On 17 November 2011, the Government announced that it intended to shut the Office of the Language Commissioner as a independent legislative office, and to transfer all its functions to the Office of the Ombudsman as part of a restructuring plan for the public sector.

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#SEAS17

#SEAS17

Conradh na Gaeilge is calling on TDs, Senators and MLAs to invest in the Irish language and in the Gaeltacht in the 2018 Budgets.

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Aitheantas

Aitheantas

Aitheantas means recognition in Irish and four national Irish-language organisations - Comhluadar, Conradh na Gaeilge, Foras Pátrúnachta na Scoileanna Lán-Ghaeilge and Glór na nGael - came together in 2010 under the joint umbrella-campaign entitled Aitheantas to lobby for the recognition of Irish-medium schools, and in particular to support the parents that founded Gaelscoil Ráth Tó in Ratoath, Co. Meath when the all-Irish primary school was refused recognition in 2010.

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Proposals for an Irish Language Act

In the box below  you can play your part in our campaign for an Irish Language Act in the north. It couldn't be quicker or simpler: complete the form Conradh na Gaeilge has prepared online or print it out and ask people to complete it. A few tics are all that is necessary but any opinions you'd like to share would be most welcome! The form itself is bilingual.

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Dáil Questions

Dáil Questions

This is an on-going campaign to keep the pressure on politicans to fulfil the promises they made regarding the Irish language while they are in Dáil Éireann. Conradh na Gaeilge asks TDs from the Opposition to question the Government about what they are doing, or not doing, to promote the Irish language and you can have your say by thinking up your own questions and sending them to us to put to the next Dáil assembly.

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European Elections 2014

European Elections 2014

Conradh na Gaeilge called on candidates in the local and European elections to choose a future for the Irish language and to show their support by taking action to promote Irish if elected.

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Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge