NEWS FROM THE CELTIC LEAGUE
The Summer/Autumn edition of Carn (the magazine of the Celtic League) has been dispatched and should be with Branch Secs.
Issue No 162 contains the usual wide range and mix of materials in both English and the Celtic languages.
English language articles include:
A report on the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Welsh community in Patagonia
An article about the need for vigilance to protect Manx wildlife
The film industry in Breizh
A critique of a documentary about murdered IRA member Mairead Farrell
A lengthy article about the ongoing controversy surrounding the loss of the Breton trawler Bugaled Breizh
Plus articles on Welsh poets and the Irish Gaeltacht.
and much more.
Celtic languages articles include:
Int. Congress of Celtic Studies (Gaidhlig)
A report on Yes Scotland (Breton))
Hugh Edwards BBC Patagonia documentary (Welsh)
Orangefest held in Glasgow (Irish)
The recent Celtic Congress (Cornish)
The IOM planning committee and Chris Robertshaw MHK (Manx)
Finally the Celtica section has a lengthy report on the range of Celtic studies available at the University of Szezecin in Poland.
Issued by: The Celtic News
THE CELTIC LEAGUE INFORMATION SERVICE
The Celtic League established in 1961 has branches in the six Celtic Countries. It promotes cooperation between the countries and campaigns on a range of political, cultural and environmental matters. It highlights human rights abuse, military activity and socio-economic issues