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Junior Road Safety Officer Booklet (Document)

This scheme allows for one child in every school to take on the challenge of becoming a Junior Road Safety Officer. The scheme has been running in Mayo primary schools for the past couple of years, and with the publication of this bilingual booklet, students in schools in Gaeltacht areas and Gaelscoileanna can now take part in the JRSO scheme too.
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The Irish Language & The Irish People (Document)

Report on the Attitudes towards, competence in and use of the Irish language in the Republic of Ireland in 2007-2008.
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Mayo County Council's Language Scheme /Scéim Teanga Chomhairle Contae Mhaigh Eo 2019-2022 (Document)

Under Section 15 of the Official Languages Act, 2003, Mayo County Council prepared this Scheme. The Scheme specifies which services Mayo County Council proposes to provide through:- • the medium of Irish, • the medium of English, and • the medium of both Irish and English. It also provides a timeframe for the provision of services in Irish which are not currently available through the medium of Irish.
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Overview of the Official Languages Act 2003 (Document)

The Official Languages Act 2003 was signed into law on 14 July 2003. The Act is the first piece of legislation to provide a statutory framework for the delivery of public services through the Irish Language.
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Official Languages Act 2003 - Guidebook (Document)

This Guidebook is published by the Office of An Coimisinéir Teanga to assist the public regarding their language rights and to provide advice to public bodies regarding their duties under the Official Languages Act.
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20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010-2030 (Document)

Despite centuries of language shift from Irish to English, the Irish language continues to survive as a living community language in some traditional Gaeltacht heartlands and it is also in use on a daily basis by many people outside the Gaeltacht. The future of the language depends on people who make a positive choice to embrace the opportunities that this Strategy will create. This is the challenge for all of us.
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20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language, 2010-2020: Enforcement Plan (Document)

This enforcement plan sets out the main actions the Department of the Arts, Heritage and Gaeltacht will be focusing on during 2011 to begin the process of putting the 20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language into force. This plan is a live document which will be updated regularly.
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Linguistic Study on the Use of Irish in the Gaeltacht

This report is being made available to the Department of Community, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs in regards to the research contract the Department initiated with Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, National University of Ireland, Galway in conjunction with the National Institute for Regional and Spatial Analysis, National University of Ireland Maynooth.  This report was compiled between April 2004 and October 2006.  The primary aim of the this completed report is to offer analysis and information which will provide insights, as accurately as possible, on the use of Irish in the modern Gaeltacht.  It was demonstrated in the Report by Comisiún na Gaeltachta in 2002 that the State needed to be provided with linguistic information as part of the review process of the status of the Gaeltacht regions.

Staidéar Cuimsitheach Teangeolaíoch ar Úsáid na Gaeilge sa Ghaeltacht - Tuarascáil Chríochnaitheach

Staidéar Cuimsitheach Teangeolaíoch ar Úsáid na Gaeilge sa Ghaeltacht - Príomhthátal agus Moltaí

Staidéar Cuimsitheach Teangeolaíoch ar Úsáid na Gaeilge sa Ghaeltacht - Clár na nAguisíní

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