European Language Equality Network (ELEN) unanimously pass resolution supporting Irish Language Act at Annual General Assembly in Dublin
Public support for the Irish language is undeniable: new researchpublished by Conradh na Gaeilge
Although Conradh Gaeilge welcomes the additional funding being made available in this year’s Budget, with approximately €3 million being allocated to some aspects of the Investment Plan for the Irish Language and the Gaeltacht agreed by 90 Irish language and Gaeltacht groups, this increase does not provide fairness for the Irish language and Gaeltacht communities.
Cultúr Club teaching materials and activity books for 6 – 16 year olds now free to download
350,000 copies of #CEOL2018 land in schools from today while Saoirse & Macklemore brought to life in feature animation
Aisling? – a cultural extravaganza of newly commissioned music, song, dance and literature from Ireland’s finest Gaeltacht artists – will be held in the Olympia Theatre in Dublin on Friday 28 September as part of Bliain na Gaeilge 2018. It will then be going on tour around the country (dates detailed below).
Antrim & Newtownabbey Council U-Turn on ‘English Only’ Signage Policy after legal challenge from Irish language residents in High-Court Today
‘This is another concrete example of the need for clear legislation to direct and inform councils on signage and Irish-language policies’ - CnaG
It is clear to Conradh na Gaeilge that An Post had not considered the sociolingusitc impact this process could have. Conradh na Gaeilge are appealing to An Post, and the Minister for Communications to ensure that services through Irish will be provided to Gaeltacht communities, and to ensure that post offices in Gaeltacht areas will not be closed, especially considering the language planning processes that are being carried out at the moment.
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- Conradh na Gaeilge welcome Government Plan 2018–2022 for 20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010-2030
- Conradh na Gaeilge welcome recommendations made in Report by Comhchoiste na Gaeilge, Gaeltachta agus na nOileán
- #Líofa - 'Findings of Equality Commission Líofa Investigation demonstrate need for Irish Language Act' - @CnaG
- Tionól Gaeilge UCD offering chance for language learners abroad to travel to Ireland for Bliain na Gaeilge
- Conradh na Gaeilge highlight need for Irish-language legislation during Council of Europe Committee of Experts (COMEX) visit
- “Dare to cherish it. Dare to value it. Dare to use it.”
- Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes planned investment of €178m investment in the Irish Language and Gaeltacht areas as part of Project Ireland 2040
- ‘Huge questions around QUB policy on Irish Language’ – Conradh na Gaeilge