Press Releases

25Oct

Foras na Gaeilge announces 2019 tour

PRESS RELEASE Foras na Gaeilge announces 2019 tour 25 October 2018   Foras na Gaeilge is pleased to announce a series of information...

17Oct

Foras na Gaeilge celebrates Irish language officers in councils in the north

Press Release Foras na Gaeilge celebrates Irish language officers in councils in the north   Foras na Gaeilge, the cross-border body with responsibility...

23Jul

£210,000 approved for East Belfast Mission Turas project

Foras na Gaeilge is delighted to announce that a grant to the value of £210,000 has been approved for East Belfast Mission to...

19Jul

Fógra scoir Chois Life agus na dúshláin in earnáil na foilsitheoireachta Gaeilge

Ráiteas ó Phríomhfheidhmeannach Fhoras na Gaeilge, Seán Ó Coinn maidir le fógra scoir Chois Life agus na dúshláin in earnáil na foilsitheoireachta Gaeilge:...

29Jun

Foras na Gaeilge welcomes the 2018-2022 Action Plan for the 20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010-2030

Foras na Gaeilge welcomes the 2018-2022 Action Plan for the 20 Year Strategy for the Irish Language 2010-2030 launched by Government Chief Whip...

22Jun

Grants worth half a million approved by Foras na Gaeilge for innovative youth, community and GAA projects

22 June 2018   At a Foras na Gaeilge board meeting today grants worth €522,077/£469,870 were approved in the areas of youth, education...

25May

€500,000 worth of grants approved by Foras na Gaeilge

Foras Gaeilge is delighted to announce that there will be 86 summer camps running throughout the island during the summer. The Summer Camps...

03May

Launch of New English-Irish Dictionary App

    3 May 2018 Launch of Léann Teanga: An Reiviú (Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge) Launch of the Mac Donncha Scholarship Launch of...

25Apr

Seoladh Léann Teanga: An Reiviú

  Seolfar an séú heagrán den iris phiarmheasúnaithe Léann Teanga: An Reiviú ag 5:00 p.m Déardaoin, an 3 Bealtaine 2018 san Aula Maxima,...

29Mar

Ceithleann Ní Chonluain wins gradireland National Student Challenge 2018

A final year Politics, Philosophy, Economics and Sociology (PPES) student in Trinity College, Ceithleann Ní Chonluain, has won the gradireland National Student Challenge...

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