'A million Welsh speakers by 2050?'

27 February 2018
18.30 - 19.00

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Organiser: Bangor University and the British Academy and the Learned Society of Wales

Location: Eric Sunderland Lecture Theatre, Main University B

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The Welsh language is part of what defines Welsh identity and Wales  as a nation.  Fifty  years  on from the first Welsh  Language  Act,  the  Welsh  Government  recently  announced  its  ambition  to  see the number of people speaking and using Welsh reach a million by 2050. This discussion considers how the whole nation has a role in fulfilling this challenge.

This event will be predominantly in Welsh with simultaneous translation into English.

FREE but ticket required: https://www.britac.ac.uk/events/million-welsh-speakers-2050

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