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The country's 3rd level students are very active in promoting the Irish language The students' work was recognised last night when Rónán Ó Domhnaill, An Coimisinéir Teanga, presented the first certificates and awards of the ‘Gníomhaí Gaeilge’ scheme

“Until there is a specific date for implementing Irish language legislation we have no reason to trust the British Government when it comes to language rights”

#Gaelvóta - 6 Parties sign up to key Irish language #ae22 commitments in run up to Thursday’s Elections

#Gaelvóta - 6 Parties sign up to key Irish language #ae22 commitments in run up to Thursday’s Elections

“There is no point in going any further until we have a Westminster Parliament date for Irish Language Act”

“There is no point in going any further until we have a Westminster Parliament date for Irish Language Act”

Over 1,000 signatures on open letter calling for immediate implementation of Irish Language Act after decades of delay

Over 1,000 signatures on open letter calling for immediate implementation of Irish Language Act after decades of delay

Crisis for Gaeltacht Summer Colleges and with risk of potential disaster for the sector

Crisis for Gaeltacht Summer Colleges and with risk of potential disaster for the sector

‘Deceitful’ British Government continue to delay and deny Irish Language Rights decades on from international agreements

‘Deceitful’ British Government continue to delay and deny Irish Language Rights decades on from international agreements

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes new legislation creating official registration certificates for the first time in Irish

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes new legislation creating official registration certificates for the first time in Irish

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes new legislation creating official registration certificates for the first time in Irish 

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes new legislation creating official registration certificates for the first time in Irish 

Conradh na Gaeilge encourages Irish speakers to request census form in Irish for Census 2022

Conradh na Gaeilge encourages Irish speakers to request census form in Irish for Census 2022

“Ciste Spreagtha” announced to spark Irish language events in the community now that the pandemic restrictions have been reduced

“Ciste Spreagtha” announced to spark Irish language events in the community now that the pandemic restrictions have been reduced

1,000 young people to celebrate the Irish language online as part of Lá na Meán Sóisialta agus na Teicneolaíochta

1,000 young people to celebrate the Irish language online as part of Lá na Meán Sóisialta agus na Teicneolaíochta

Seachtain na Gaeilge le Energia kicks off today, celebrating 120 years of the largest Irish language festival in the world

Seachtain na Gaeilge le Energia kicks off today, celebrating 120 years of the largest Irish language festival in the world

Paula Melvin elected new President of Conradh na Gaeilge, bringing to close the 5 year term of Dr Niall Comer.  Conradh na Gaeilge warmly welcomes first female President of the organisation since 1994-5.

Paula Melvin elected new President of Conradh na Gaeilge, bringing to close the 5 year term of Dr Niall Comer. Conradh na Gaeilge warmly welcomes first female President of the organisation since 1994-5.

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