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Enhanced Offer for Secondary Schools

The Arts Council of Wales (ACW) has commissioned IAITH to evaluate the Enhance Offer to Secondary Schools. 

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(Added on 08/12/2021)

IAITH News.

IAITH December newsletter

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(Added on 02/12/2021)

IAITH attends the ELEN General Assembly

Congratulations to Elin Haf Gruffydd-Jones on being elected President of ELEN. IAITH was pleased to have the opportunity to attend the ELEN (European Language Equality Network) General Assembly  meeting in Santiago de Compostela on 12 & 13 November. 

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(Added on 02/12/2021)

Kathryn and Japan

Family language transmission in the home is an aspect of minority language revitalization policies and activities that receives a lot of attention across the world. .

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(Added on 02/12/2021)

IAITH News

Welcome to IAITH News.

IAITH has a brand new newsletter, featuring out latest news!

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(Added on 02/11/2021)

Have you heard of Bro360?

Bro360 is a project that hosts eight local news websites in various areas of Gwynedd and north Ceredigion. They are full of stories about local people and events.

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(Added on 02/11/2021)

Welsh/ Bilingual Education for All – Mapping the current provision

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. 

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(Added on 14/10/2021)

Placemaking for a Thriving Welsh Language

25 November, 10:00 – 1:00

* Please note, this event will be delivered bi-lingually with simultaneous translation available

How Community & Town Councils can contribute to the Welsh Well-Being Goal

The Welsh language is part of the social and cultural fabric in all Welsh towns and communities and contributes to their own distinctive sense of place and traditions. This Network Event is aimed at town and community councils who are taking steps to make more use of Welsh themselves, support the use of Welsh in their communities, and thinking about or involved in placemaking/planning.

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(Added on 07/10/2021)

Nation of Sanctuary? - Watch again

A chance to watch again, as part of the Eisteddfod AmGen programme

5th of August at 4:00pm

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(Added on 04/08/2021)

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 asylum seekers of settling in Wales. 

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(Added on 14/07/2021)

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