• End of the Year

    2013 was a huge celebration of the 120th anniversary of the language revival. 10,000+ took part in competitions, 1000’s of events were organised, Comhrá 24/7, Gaeilge 24, Gaelbhratach were started, etc. We are very grateful to all that took part. We’ll be organising again in 2018!

  • Song Contest for Schools

    Last competition of Bliain na Gaeilge for schools...

    The Song Contest for Schools is now over and we have our winners. See who they are here...

  • Bliain na Gaeilge

    What's it all about?

    In 2013 are celebrating the Irish language all over the world and we want you to take part with us! More information available here...

  • Resource Materials

    Resource materials are available...

    Send us an email if you are looking for resource materials (posters, stickers, info leaflets, etc. available). More information here...

  • Competition of the Year

    €2,000 Prize to be won

    What is the public’s favourite word in Irish? Further information...

  • Love Irish Food

    Buy food made in Ireland this year...

    As part of Bliain na Gaeilge, we believe that it is very important to promote Irish products and jobs. Níos mo eolais anseo...

  • TV Ad of BnaG

    Television ad to be broadcasted on TG4...

    Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, an Cheathrú Rua won the television advert competition organised in conjunction with Foinse and TG4. See it here...

What can you do in 2013?

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  • Use your Irish with friends, relatives, colleagues and others in 2013
  • Look at the events on our website and attend some of them
  • Take part in the competitions – great prizes to be won
  • Make the decision to improve your Irish or learn the language in 2013 (you could also sign up for the Líofa 2015 campaign)
  • Go on holidays to the Gaeltacht
  • Encourage friends abroad to come to Ireland in 2013 to attend events of Bliain na Gaeilge and to take part in The Gathering 2013
  • Buy products made in Ireland to help the environment in which we are promoting the Irish language