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Read below the latest news from Conradh na Gaeilge. 

Conradh na Gaeilge warmly welcomes the Official Languages Act 2021 (Amendment) as enacted today with the signature of the President of Ireland, Michael D. Higgins

Conradh na Gaeilge call on United Nations to intervene on long overdue Irish language Act

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes the extra €10.5 million in Budget 2022 for the Irish Language and the Gaeltacht

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes the extra €10.5 million in Budget 2022 for the Irish Language and the Gaeltacht

Cross-Party Westminster MPs join the call for Secretary of State to meet October deadline on New Decade New Approach Irish language legislation

Cross-Party Westminster MPs join the call for Secretary of State to meet October deadline on New Decade New Approach Irish language legislation

There is still time to turn a potential disaster into a fantastic opportunity 

There is still time to turn a potential disaster into a fantastic opportunity 

'State attack on language rights'

'State attack on language rights'

Full working rights for Irish in the EU

Full working rights for Irish in the EU

New Timeline for implementation of Irish language legislation in this mandate a welcome development but now British Government must honour that commitment

New Timeline for implementation of Irish language legislation in this mandate a welcome development but now British Government must honour that commitment

Cross-Party letter calls on Executive and British & Irish Governments to agree new timetable for ratifying New Decade New Approach Irish language legislation within the current mandate

Cross-Party letter calls on Executive and British & Irish Governments to agree new timetable for ratifying New Decade New Approach Irish language legislation within the current mandate

High-Court Grants Leave for Irish Language Strategy Judicial Review against Executive

High-Court Grants Leave for Irish Language Strategy Judicial Review against Executive

Community groups call on Foras na Gaeilge to finally provide effective and fair funding for local communities under the Irish Language Community Scheme (SPG)

Community groups call on Foras na Gaeilge to finally provide effective and fair funding for local communities under the Irish Language Community Scheme (SPG)

95% of Irish teachers believe that the consultation on the Draft Irish Leaving Certificate Specifications should be postponed

95% of Irish teachers believe that the consultation on the Draft Irish Leaving Certificate Specifications should be postponed

Congressman Brendan Boyle joins Conradh na Gaeilge call for immediate implementation of Irish language legislation and outstanding language commitments

Congressman Brendan Boyle joins Conradh na Gaeilge call for immediate implementation of Irish language legislation and outstanding language commitments

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes launch of new Central Translations Hub as promised in New Decade New Approach

Conradh na Gaeilge welcomes launch of new Central Translations Hub as promised in New Decade New Approach

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