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  • Ghetto na Gàidhlig

    The Assurance of Self

    Thig toradh aobhneis tron fhèin-mhisneachd seo – ge bith a bhlas a bhi Gàidhlig, Doric, Weigie, Glaschu na h-Èireann, Gallach, Sealltainneach – toradh ealain gu […]

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    Mary Ann Kennedy 16th Jun'14 11
  • Ghetto na Gàidhlig

    Language and Largs

    When a languages dies, it is gone forever, only the whistle of the wind through grass, the gurgle of the moor burn at night, left […]

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    Daibhidh Rothach 12th Jun'14 42
  • Ghetto na Gàidhlig
    Arthur Cormack 3rd Apr'14 28
  • Crofting

    Whose Land is it Anyway?

    An earlier version of this article was published in the Oxford Left Review in 2014 under the headline Whose Land is it Anyway? — Radical Land […]

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    Dòmhnall Iain Dòmhnallach 12th Mar'14 17
  • Arts & Culture

    Bring It On

    To celebrate International Women’s Day, Women for Independence are holding events and stalls across the country (all details are here). As part of our series […]

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    Mary Ann Kennedy 7th Mar'14 7
  • Commentary

    Gaelic Scots and Other Languages

    Last week the National Records of Scotland released long-awaited data from the 2011 census concerning Gaelic, Scots and other languages used in Scotland. Although the […]

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    Wilson Macleod 3rd Oct'13 64
  • Arts & Culture

    Gaelic Revival

      Neil Mcrae (‘What Gaelic Revival?’) quotes a foreword to Bòrd na Gàidhlig’s Annual Report written by me when I was the Bòrd’s Interim Chair. […]

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    Arthur Cormack 24th Aug'13 29
  • Commentary

    Gaelic Revival from Portree to Leith

    Are there signs of a gaelic revival beag air bheag? Modest and scattered but nevertheless visible? Numbers in pre-school in Skye are at an all […]

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    Mike Small 30th Jun'13 17
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