Aitheantas

Aitheantas

Aitheantas means recognition in Irish and four national Irish-language organisations - Comhluadar, Conradh na Gaeilge, Foras Pátrúnachta na Scoileanna Lán-Ghaeilge and Glór na nGael - came together in 2010 under the joint umbrella-campaign entitled Aitheantas to lobby for the recognition of Irish-medium schools, and in particular to support the parents that founded Gaelscoil Ráth Tó in Ratoath, Co. Meath when the all-Irish primary school was refused recognition in 2010.

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Gaeilge24

Gaeilge24

* Although registration for Gaeilge24 2019 officially finished on 24/10/2019, we will make every effort to accommodate you with packages and t-shirts. Please register as soon as possible and we will contact you as soon as possible.

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European Elections 2014

European Elections 2014

Conradh na Gaeilge called on candidates in the local and European elections to choose a future for the Irish language and to show their support by taking action to promote Irish if elected.

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The Gaelchárta 2019

The Gaelchárta 2019

The Gaelchárta is a small plastic card for special discounts for teenagers. This year’s Gaelchárta has loads of discounts and can be used in shops and companies throughout the country.

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Seó Bóthair Roadshow

Seó Bóthair Roadshow

The Seó Bóthair Roadshow has grown in recent years to become an integral part of the school calendar. We will be on the road every day promoting the Irish language in schools throughout the country.

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Tionól Gaeltachta Holiday 2014

Erris is a small barony in northwestern Mayo, much of which is mountainous blanket bog. Béal an Mhuirthead is the main town in the area and the Mullet Peninsula is an Irish-speaking Gaeltacht area bound by wild Atlantic beauty on both sides. Tionól Gaeltachta Chonradh na Gaeilge 2014 is heading on holidays to the beautiful beaches and ancient backroads of Erris from 3 - 6 July this year. The likes of Blacksod Bay and Elly Bay are renowned for their local beauty, and language learners and fluent Irish speakers alike are welcome to relax by the bay with us on this special Gaeltacht holiday.

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An Lá Dearg

An Lá Dearg

There will be a historic rally from Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich to Belfast’s City hall on 20 May 2017 where local speakers will demand Respect, Recognition and Rights for the Irish Language as part of the campaign for rights-based legislation for the Irish language in the north.

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Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge