AIGHNEACHTAÍ Á LORG

ACHT NA dTEANGACHA OIFIGIÚLA 2003

DRÉACHTSCÉIM Á hULLMHÚ

AG FORBAIRT TUAITHE NA GAILLIMHE

Tá sé i gceist ag Forbairt Tuaithe na Gaillimhe scéim a dhréachtú de réir Acht na dTeangacha Oifigiúla 2003. Is é bunchuspóir an Achta ná a chinntiú go mbeidh fáil níos mó ar sheirbhísí poiblí trí Ghaeilge agus go mbeidh siad ar chaighdeán níos airde. Tá aighneachtaí maidir le hullmhú na dréachtscéime á lorg ag Forbairt Tuaithe na Gaillimhe ó aon pháirtithe leasmhara.

Is féidir aighneacht maidir le dréacht Scéim Teanga GRD a chur isteach thíos.

Nó má roghnaíonn tú is féidir do aighneacht a sheoladh chuig guichualain@grd.ie

Is é an dáta deiridh ná 5.00 i.n. ar an 10ú Eanáir 2021

Nóta: Is féidir go mbeidh fáil go poiblí ar aighneachtaí ag www.grd.ie

REQUEST FOR SUBMISSIONS

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES ACT 2003

PREPARATION OF A DRAFT LANGAUGE SCHEME BY

GALWAY RURAL DEVELOPMENT

Galway Rural Development proposes to draft a language scheme in accordance with the Official Languages Act 2003. The primary objective of the Act is to ensure better availability and a higher standard of public services through Irish. Galway Rural Development invites submissions in relation to the preparation of the draft scheme from any interested parties.

Submission for the GRD draft Irish Language Scheme may be made below.

Alternatively you may submit a submission by email to guichualain@grd.ie

The closing date for submissions is 5.00 pm on the 10th January 2021

Please Note: Submissions received may be placed on www.grd.ie


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Welcome to the Galway Rural Development website. Galway Rural Development, through the programmes we administer, will continue to work along with other agencies, groups and individuals around the county to improve the quality of life for all citizens in our area. We especially wish to work with those who are most in need of assistance, to provide real opportunities for people to gain significant improvements for themselves and their communities throughout rural Galway.

Funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development and the Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection.