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Conradh na Gaeilge also welcome the principle that if there is a new school to be established in a school district without Irish medium primary education, it should be a Gaelscoil
Gluaiseacht – Development of the Conradh na Gaeilge Roadshow announced by Minister of State Seán Kyne
The Minister of State for the Irish Language, the Gaeltacht and the Islands Seán Kyne T.D., has today announced the approval of a grant of €80,000 for 2019 and €100,000 for 2020 to Conradh na Gaeilge in order to assist with their efforts in the running of ‘Gluaiseacht’. ‘Gluaiseacht’ is a development upon Conradh na Gaeilge’s Seó Bóthair which has been in receipt of funding from the Department since 2017.
An extensive program of events was launched along with the international Caint & Comhrá campaign in Drogheda
The Minister for Education and Skills has missed an opportunity to implement a more inclusive system regarding exemptions from learning Irish
News Release | 12 August 2019
We had an excellent event yesterday in Gaeláras Mhic Ardghail as part of our history and heritage project 'Claochlú Cultúir agus an Conradh. The project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in the North and focuses on the history of Conradh na Gaeilge in Ulster. An excellent display was provided by Séamus Mac Dhaibhéid from Gaeláras Mhic Ardghail. The progress of the project and the reasoning behind it were discussed, as well as the aims, importance and value of projects like this.
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- Widespread support for #GaelVóta in Local and European Elections
- International Association of Language Commissioners issues support for Irish language rights
- Wide range of parties support Irish language commitments in local elections
- Content and Language Integrated Learning recommended by Conradh na Gaeilge to be implemented from September 2019