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Dyfodol i’r Iaith is open to anybody who loves the Welsh language. Its aim is to exert influence through constitutional means on the substance and content of public policies and legislation in order to promote and nurture the growth of the Welsh language.

It will campaign for Wales and its people, winning support and respect for the language and ensuring that the Welsh language remains a live issue on the political agenda.

This is an organisation that has a vision and is full of enthusiasm – it will be a voice for the language in the new Wales!

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DYFODOL I’R IAITH’S PUBLIC MEETING: AN OPPORTUNITY TO PLAN FOR THE WELSH LANGUAGE FOLLOWING THE RESULTS OF THE ASSEMBLY ELECTIONS

As the results of the Assembly elections on Thursday night and into Friday morning are announced, Dyfodol i’r Iaith will be scrutinising and analysing the opportunities for the Welsh language during the next government. They will also be extending an opportunity to hear their conclusions and contribute to the discussion at a Public Meeting to be held in Swansea next Tuesday. The speakers will be the authors of the organisation’s manifesto, Creating a Future for the Welsh Language, Cynog Dafis and Heini Gruffudd. Emyr Lewis, another member of Dyfodol’s Board will be chairing the meeting.

Dyfodol i’r Iaith have for many months been discussing their manifesto with politicians as they have been preparing for the Assembly elections on May 5th.

Heini Gruffudd commented “This is an excellent opportunity to share and discuss our vision and priorities in the light of the election results. We look forward to a lively meeting, and to establishing our programme for the next five years. This is an important time for the Welsh Language, and we’re hoping for a good turnout to contribute to the discussion.”

The meeting will be held at 7 o’clock on Tuesday May 10th at Tŷ Tawe, Swansea, and a warm welcome is extended to all.

 

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