HOW to develop a Gaelic Language Plan

Writing a Gaelic language plan is a challenging but rewarding process. Our role is to guide you through the process and to make your plan not only easier to write, but also easier to implement - and effective in its results. There is a lot to be gained from a well-considered plan that affords respect both to the Gaelic language and its users, and which builds on the unique strengths of your organisation.

 

List of live public consultations

As part of the process of developing or renewing its Gaelic Language Plan each public authority must carry out a public consultation of between six and twelve weeks. This provides the opportunity for members of the public and any interested groups to comment on the content of the plan while it is in draft form. Below is a list of those public authorities who are carrying out a public consultation at present.

  • There are no plans out to public consultation at this time.