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Irish in the Family

The family is the most important unit to ensure that the richness of the Irish language is enjoyed by future generations. Glór na nGael is the lead national organisation tasked with promoting Irish as the family language. We work closely with other groups and organisations who are working for the same aims.   

It is Glór na nGael’s role to ensure that Irish speaking families have access to advice and support. A program of events throughout the year include: holidays in the Gaeltacht, activity weekends in all four provinces, day events throughout the country, storytelling at Samhain,  Daidí na Nollag visits at Christmas, Easter events, picnics in May, a family room at Oireachtas na Gaeilge and more.

 

Friends of Teanga Tí

Cara Teanga Tí is a support scheme to provide opportunities for contact and dialogue for parents who are raising children with Irish. 

Through the scheme, parents who are raising a child with Irish, or those who are thinking about it, have the opportunity to make their decision and discuss other issues with another parent who has already made the same decision.

The scheme gives parents the opportunity to network together in a practical and strategic way. This service is provided free of charge parent-to-parent.

If you would like to take part click on the button below or contact Sinéad Ní Mearnóg Uí Ghébhéannaigh directly at sinead@glornangael.ie or +353 (0)83 4497443.

Family Events

IMEACHTAÍ DO THEAGHLAIGH A LABHRAÍONN GAEILGE IN ÉIRINN

Faigh amach faoi imeachtaí i do cheantar, nó imeachtaí náisiúnta do theaghlaigh le Gaeilge. Déantar an féilire a nuashonrú gach mí. Is féidir aighneachtaí a dhéanamh leis an bhféilire tríd an bhfoirm teagmhála a úsáid.

Podcasts

“Níl cruthúnas ar bith ann go bhfuil ceangal idir an dátheangachas/ilteangachas agus fadhbanna urlabhra”

Is í an léachtóir, teiripeoir urlabhra agus teanga, agus an t-údar Mary-Pat O Malley atá i gcomhluadar Sinéad Ní Uallacháin agus í ag roinnt saineolas agus comhairle.

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