Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes launch of new Central Translations Hub as promised in New Decade New Approach
“Translation Hub only the beginning of what’s needed to ensure language rights” - CnaG
New scheme to provide recognition, mentoring, training, certification and awards for active 3rd level students in the promotion of Irish
Conradh na Gaeilge issue Pre-action Protocol Letter to Executive on failure to implement Irish language Strategy as per 2017 High-Court Ruling
Labour Youth, Ógra Fianna Fáil, Ógra Shinn Féin, Social Democrats' College & University Branches, Young Fine Gael, and Young Greens/Óige Ghlas along with Conradh na Gaeilge are calling on Minister for the Gaeltacht Catherine Martin and Minister of State for the Gaeltacht Jack Chambers to put in place a bilingual packaging policy by the end of 2024. This policy would ensure that throughout the State, all text on a product, its container or wrapping, or on a document or object supplied with it, including the directions for use and the warranty certificates, will be drafted in Irish. The Irish inscription may be accompanied with a translation or translations, but no inscription in another language may be given greater prominence than that in Irish. By setting Irish as the default language with an option for a translation to accompany, this allows for monolingual packaging within the Gaeltacht areas and bilingual packaging nationwide.
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