Job opportunities - Freelance workers

IAITH are eager to develop partnerships with freelance workers to deliver occasional projects. 


(Added on 07/10/2015)

Twf vacancy

A part time vacancy working for the Twf project in Snowdonia has arisen. For more information, follow the link.


(Added on 14/09/2015)

Commissioner or Commission?

This year’s Language Planners Wales annual lecture was delivered by Prof. Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost of Cardiff University’s Welsh Department. His subject was the legal architecture of the current framework of Welsh language legislation.


(Added on 12/08/2015)

IAITH at the Eisteddfod

Iaith events at the Eisteddfod. 


(Added on 30/07/2015)

Postgraduate Certificates in Language Policy and Planning

Congratulations to the five who have received their Postgraduate Certificates in Language Policy and Planning.


(Added on 08/07/2015)

Dr Steve Eaves gains Welsh cap

IAITH are very honoured to congratulate one of our senior consultants, Steve Eaves, on gaining a PhD degree from Cardiff University. Steve presented a doctoral thesis on the role of Language Awareness Training (LAT) within language policy and planning activities in Wales.


(Added on 22/06/2015)

The Welsh Language and Social Work

The first ever Welsh-medium MOOC was launched by the National Welsh-medium College on 21 May by Mark Drakeford AM at the Open University Centre at Cardiff.


(Added on 15/06/2015)

IAITH in Cornwall (again)

IAITH CEO, Gareth Ioan, along with Meirion Prys Jones were in Truro again on Saturday, 28th May, addressing a conference of Cornish language activists. The conference was the latest event in a process that has seen IAITH developing a ten-year language strategy for Cornish along with anmore


(Added on 08/06/2015)

IAITH+ project was busy at work in Fitzalan High School, Cardiff.

On the 14th of May the IAITH+ project was busy at work in Fitzalan High School, Cardiff.


(Added on 02/06/2015)

Delivery of Gaelic to Adults

A report entitled Delivery of Gaelic to Adults through Ùlpan, involving IAITH as a research partner in collaboration with Aberdeen University and the University of the West of Scotland, is now published on the Bòrd na Gàidhlig website. The bilingual, Gaelic English report provides a review ofmore


(Added on 19/05/2015)

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