Date: 25 November 2021
* Please note, this event will be delivered bi-lingually with simultaneous translation available
The Welsh language is part of the social and cultural fabric in all Welsh towns and communities and contributes to their own Read More
Date: 03 November 2021 - 04 November 2021
Dr Gwennan Higham on behalf of Swansea University and IAITH have received a grant from the Learned Society of Wales to hold a series of workshops on the theme of Welsh/Bilingual Education for All: Widening International Immigrants' Access to Statutory Welsh-medium Education. The idea is to gather Read More
Date: 05 August 2021
A chance to watch again, as part of the Eisteddfod AmGen programme
5th of August at 4:00pm
Nation of Sanctuary? The experience of refugees making their home in Wales
This year IAITH: The Welsh Centre for Language Planning is hosting an event to discuss the experiences of refugees and Read More
Date: 29 July 2021
This year IAITH: The Welsh Centre for Language Planning is hosting an event to discuss the experiences of refugees and asylum seekers of settling in Wales. The Welsh Government published its Nation of Sanctuary: Refugee and Asylum Seeker Plan in January 2019. We will be showing a short film by Dr Read More
Date: 06 August 2020
The Placemaking principle is Welsh Government’s way of realising the Wellbeing of Future Generations’ goals through the planning system.
This webinar will look at land use planning from the perspective of Cymraeg 2050 (the Welsh Government's ambition of realising a million Welsh speakers by 2050) Read More
Date: 12 November 2019
3 day course, 12th 13th of November and 5th o December
The aim of this Welsh-medium course is to offer opportunities to develop knowledge and acquire skills to be able to deliver language awareness training suitable for a range of agencies and organisations in Wales.
It offers an opportunity to Read More
Date: 22 October 2019
Yr Athro Colin Williams yn holi Aled Roberts, Comisiynydd y Gymraeg.