MINELRES: Eurolang Newsletter: January 2007

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Mon Jan 15 10:20:37 2007

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Blydhen nowydh da dhe oll, Bliain Mhaith Ur, Bonne Annee, Bloavezh Mat,
Happy New Year, Urte Berri On, Gluckliches Neues Jahr, Srecno Novo Leto,
Prospero Ano Novo, Felice Anno Nuovo......

from everyone at Eurolang.

Dear Madam/ Sir, 
We include a brief summary of the latest articles published on Eurolang.

Irish an official working language of the EU 

Irish received renewed recognition on January 1st, for the first time it
is an official working language of the EU.  From now on, EU documents
and communiques will have to be translated directly, and Ireland's MEPs
and Commissioner will be able to speak it during official business.
Irish is the only Celtic language so far to have gained EU official and
working status.

British government "a step closer" to fulfilling its promise on Irish 

POBAL, the umbrella organisation for the Irish speaking community has
welcomed the publication of the government’s consultation document on
the Irish Language Act. The document was published just before

UK Government set to continue to exclude Cornish from FCNM 

The UK government appears set to continue to exclude the Cornish from
the protection given to other nationalities in the UK and Europe under
the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for National Minorities. 

Please do not hesitate to contact us for further information. We thank
you for your interest in Eurolang.

Dr. Davyth Hicks

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