Education Policy

Education Policy

It is obvious to Conradh na Gaeilge that the Department of Education and Science in the south is failing to address the problems in our schools regarding the teaching and the learning of the Irish language. While we welcome the extra emphasis given to the Irish oral examination, any further reforms need to deal with a more complete, holistic methodology. Conradh na Gaeilge recommends that all trainee teachers should be taught through Irish in an all-Irish environment, learning through and about immersion education in Irish, for the equivalent of one academic year of their training course.

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Irish Language Act for the North

Irish Language Act for the North

St Andrew's Agreement was signed in October 2006, wherein the British government promised to enact an Irish language act for the North in Westminister if it did not happen through the Assembly, but Irish speakers in the North are still waiting for legislation to protect their language rights.

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Irish-Language Free Legal Advice Centres

Irish-Language Free Legal Advice Centres

Do you have a question concerning the law? Maybe you want to know if your bank can raise the interest on your mortgage? Can your employer let you go without paying you redundancy? What rights do landlords and tenants have? Do you have the right to speak in Irish to the judge? How do you make out a will?

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Branch Locator

A list of branches is below along with public contact details for branches that have them.Due to GDPR we have not published personal contact details however if you would like to reachany branch get in touch with This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and you will beput in touch with that branch

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Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge