News

18Apr

Time for Arts: Branar & Moonfish #ÁrdTeangaFéin

What are Branar and Moonfish? Branar Téatar do Pháistí is one of the leading theatre companies creating work for children in Ireland. Branar creates...

15Apr

Time for Community: Carn Tóchair #ÁrdTeangaFéin

Who are the Carntogher community?  There is a small rural community of 200 families in the Slaughtneil area, under Carntogher Mountain, on the...

08Apr

Na Gaeil Óga CLG: ‘Is ar scáth a chéile a mhaireas na daoine’.’ #ÁrdTeangaFéin

Who are Na Gaeil Óga?  Na Gaeil Óga were established in 201o to give opportunities to young Irish speakers to use Irish and...

Press Releases

15Mar

Grants approved for Scottish and Irish Gaelic joint projects and for drama companies

At the second meeting of 2019 on Friday 8 March in Belfast,  the Foras na Gaeilge board approved grants for Scottish and Irish...

14Mar

All aboard with Téarma.ie

A new version of www.téarma.ie, The National Terminology Database for Irish, was launched during Seachtain na Gaeilge at a launch event at Foras...

13Mar

TechFéile 2019

TechFéile 2019   Thursday 14 March 2019, The Black Box Theatre, Galway ​ The TechSpace Programme is an inspirational and celebratory day for...

Publications

15Sep

Do Ghairm le Gaeilge, 2019 edition

Foras na Gaeilge is pleased to provide the 2019 edition of the online booklet Do Ghairm le Gaeilge, which will be a valuable...

21Jun

An Analysis of Models of Provision For Irish-medium Education

This research report was commissioned by An Coiste Seasta Thuaidh Theas ar Ghaeloideachas (North-South Standing Committee on Irish-medium Education) to analyse models of...

07Feb

Do Ghairm le Gaeilge

Tá cuid mhór féidearthachtaí ann maidir le gairmeacha beatha do chéimithe ar cainteoirí líofa Gaeilge iad. Is éagsúil iad na deiseanna atá ar...

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