Welsh Language in Crisis!

December 18, 2012

News from Celtic League The results of the 2012 census, released last week, have shown that the number of speakers in Wales has dropped for the first time since 1991, leading campaigners to argue that the language is in crisis. The number of

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Irish Language – Positive Census Results but Major Threats Loom

April 9, 2012

NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE Irish Language – Positive Census Results but Major Threats Loom The Convenor of the Celtic League has issued a statement on the Irish language following the release of data from the 2011 Census in Ireland. When the Census

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Census Cornish Options Campaign Continues

April 4, 2011

Kernow Branch Secretary, Mike Chappell, reported to members last week that he had been inundated with requests for interviews from the media regarding the `Cornish options’ in the 2011 Census. The Census form had to be completed last Sunday (27th March 2011) by

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February 1, 2010

The proposed 2011 census form has now been published, which gives the Welsh people its own tick box for the first time. In addition to the separate Welsh tick box in question 15 – relating to national identity – there are two separate

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