The National Collection

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Office of the Language Commissioner

Rónán Ó Domhnaill agus Seán Ó Cuirreáin Coimisinéir Teanga CearnógOn 17 November 2011, the Government announced that it intended to shut the Office of the Language Commissioner as a independent legislative office, and to transfer all its functions to the Office of the Ombudsman as part of a restructuring plan for the public sector.

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Proposals for an Irish Language Act

In the box below  you can play your part in our campaign for an Irish Language Act in the north. It couldn't be quicker or simpler: complete the form Conradh na Gaeilge has prepared online or print it out and ask people to complete it. A few tics are all that is necessary but any opinions you'd like to share would be most welcome! The form itself is bilingual.

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Gaelsnap

Gaelsnap

100,000 people in Ireland use Snapchat everyday to send pictures and videos to friends. Snapchat is used to tell a story via photo or video, with special features such as adding a filter to show your location, temperature, and time.These filters are hugely popular, particularly the geofilter which is available all over the world, including Ireland.

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Associated Organisations of Conradh na Gaeilge