A Language Plan for the West Kerry Gaeltacht is now available for Public Consultation

A Language Plan for the West Kerry Gaeltacht has been prepared for public consultation, prior to being submitted to Údaras na Gaeltachta before final submission for approval to the Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs. There are nine sections in the proposed plan which is written in Irish. An English Language summary is available below

Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne was selected as the Lead Organisation in the preparation of the Language Plan in West Kerry Gaeltacht in 2014. After a long process of public consultation and research, a draft of the plan is now ready for public consultation.

Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne will have a period of seven years to implement the plan; and there will be regular review of the implementation process by The Department of Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs in conjunction with Údarás na Gaeltachta.

The plan aims to consolidate and protect home/ native speakers and increase the number of daily speakers in the community.


Lig dúinn féachaint air agus plean a chur le chéile
Sections of the West Kerry Language Plan

Deis duit do thuairim a thabhairtAn opportunity for you to express your views:

Cruinniú Poiblí in Óstán na SceiligePublic Meeting in Skellig Hotel

Dé Luain, 24ú Aibreán @ 8inMonday, 24th April @ 8pm

What do You Think

Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne welcomes ideas, reaction, feedback and, recommendations, all of which will be taken on board in any redraft of the plan.

There is an opportunity for public feedback until 5pm Friday, April 21st.

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The Language Plan 2017 – A BRIEF SUMMARY

Language Plan for the West Kerry Gaeltacht

Main sections of plan are in Irish


MÍR 1: Cúlra an phróisis Pleanála Teanga
MÍR 2: An Cheanneagraíocht
MÍR 3: Léargas ar an limistéar Pleanála Teanga
MÍR 4: Léargas ar ullmhú an Phlean Teanga
MÍR 5: Torthaí an Taighde
MÍR 6: Bearta an Phlean Teanga
MÍR 8: Forbairt feasachta agus poiblíocht