A review of the responses to the Scottish Government’s Gaelic language plan consultation has now been published on the Scottish Government site.
The Celtic League submitted their response on the Gaelic language consultation in April 2009. On the Scottish Government’s website it says that during the consultation, which ran between 29 January 2009 and 29 April 2009, 48 responses were received. The main points in the consultation covered issues concerning identity, communications, publications and staffing. A link to the response can be found below.
Gaelic Language plan consultation: Government response
Celtic League’s submission:
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