bliain na gaeilge 2018

Our Shared Language

Ár dTeanga Roinnte: Bunús, Éabhlóid agus Forbairt na GaeilgeThe language and cultural awareness scheme Ár dTeanga Chomhroinnte, or Our Shared Language, is coordinated by Conradh na Gaeilge and explores the origin, evolution, and development of the Irish language. The scheme is funded and supported by the Executive Office. It was in high demand in schools in the north again this year.

This is the third year of this informative campaign. The scheme helps children and communities investigate the links between:

  • local place names and the Irish language;
  • surnames and the Irish language;
  • the links between Irish, French and Latin; and
  • the influence of Irish on our spoken English and the Irish language in today’s modern world.

Contact

Conradh na Gaeilge is running the scheme again this year.

If you're interested in hosting a workshop in your area, contact Gearóid Mac Eoin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 00 44 74 90133578.

Our Shared Language Handbook

You can download the scheme's handbook Ár dTeanga Chomhroinnte: The Origin, Evolution and Development of the Irish Language pdfhere.

Ár dTeanga Roinnte | Our Shared Language

School Visits

School visits under the last round of the scheme began in primary and post-primary schools in December 2016 and continued until the end of March 2017. The scheme focuses on youth clubs as well as schools.

Conradh na Gaeilge is now starting the third round of the scheme.

Seó Bóthair Roadshow

The scheme also includes a roadshow known as an Seó Bóthair held in each county. The roadshow features language learning classes for all levels and bilingual talks on Irish heritage and culture. There are more roadshows planned for the coming months and the ones we hosted to date this year include:

The Seó Bóthair roadshow itself is free and includes lunch.

Seó Bóthair an Iúir 2017

 

Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge