Tha staing na Gàidhlig air fàs nas miosa - the Gaelic language crisis has got worse: Gaelic badly let down, reform is now even more critical

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Abstract

The combination of a disingenuous official consultation about the challenging sociolinguistic evidence of the remaining Gaelic vernacular communities in the islands, and now the withdrawal of funding for Gaelic officers in these areas, demonstrates the reality of official concern for sustaining native-speaking communities. It appears that the efforts to focus on prioritising the vernacular crisis have now been officially relegated to a non-issue in public bodies.
Original languageEnglish
TypeNewspaper column
Number of pages1
Place of PublicationSTORNOWAY GAZETTE
Publication statusPublished - 7 Mar 2024

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