Bòrd na Gàidhlig is the principal public body in Scotland responsible for promoting Gaelic development, including providing advice to Scottish Ministers on Gaelic issues.
Our aim is that Gaelic is seen and heard on a daily basis across Scotland, such that it is widely recognised as an integral part of Scottish life and a national cultural and economic asset.
Historical Environment Scotland: Responsible Tourism Framework
National Parks Commission – Stakeholder Consultation
Rising popularity of Gaelic sees Bòrd na Gàidhlig funding scheme for Language Development Officers oversubscribed by 220 per cent
Bòrd na Gàidhlig response to Scottish Government’s Consultation on Gaelic and Scots and Scottish Languages Bill
Inspection of early learning childcare and school age childcare services in Scotland
Workshops: Working in Successful Partnerships
Land Reform in a Net Zero Nation
Results from the Gaelic Usage Survey
UHI Rural and Islands College Merger Consultation
Making a Difference in the Early Years with #DèanDiofar