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)

Twf vacancy

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

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(Added on 05/05/2015)

IAITH in Galicia

IAITH was recently in Vigo, Galicia for a meeting of the COST network New Speakers in a Multilingual Europe - Opportunities and Challenges.  


(Added on 29/04/2015)

Cornish Language Strategy 2015-25

IAITH was honoured to present the Cornish Language Strategy 2015-25 to the attention of Cornwall Council and the Cornish Language Partnership (Maga) in Truro on 20th March.


(Added on 27/03/2015)

Twf Vacancy’s

Two part time vacancy's working for the Twf project in North Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire has arisen. For more information, follow the link.


(Added on 18/03/2015)

Cymraeg Bob Dydd

Recently IAITH ran a workshop in the Urdd Centre at Cardiff Bay. The Urdd project ‘Cymraeg Bob Dydd’ were hosting an event promoting bilingualism amongst Welsh second language students.  


(Added on 11/03/2015)

IAITH collaborates with the Sámi

At the end of January, IAITH collaborated with a group of Skolt Sámi and Inari Sámi


(Added on 24/02/2015)


IAITH and the Urdd have started working on a new project. The aim of the IAITH+ project is to provide an opportunity for sixth form students to take part in a series of workshops to promote the benefits of bilingualism. The training includes language awareness training, training the trainer and howmore


(Added on 29/01/2015)

More than just words

The More than just words training workshop held by IAITH at Llandarcy on 4 December was well attended with representatives from local authorities and third sector organisations having an opportunity to share ideas and good practice, and to plan how best to develop and strengthen the servicesmore


(Added on 18/02/2015)

Language and Economy

Delegates at the recent IAITH and IWP conference kick-starting debate about the multi-faceted complexity of language planning and economic development - employment, skills, produce, strategic planning, EU funding, added value, entrepreneurship, labour markets, community vitality, investment, socialmore


(Added on 18/02/2015)

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