These e-bulletins summarise the progress of the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011. They give further information on the Welsh Government's work on developing Welsh language legislation and policy.
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The Minister for Education and Skills laid the draft regulations which set out the detail of the process for appointing the Commissioner before the National Assembly for Wales on 1 June.
The Minister for Heritage has welcomed the positive response to the consultation on the Welsh language strategy 'A living language: a language for living', and outlined the work ahead to finalise the strategy.
The Heritage Minister has announced the future arrangements for promoting the use of Welsh.
The consultation on the Welsh Assembly Government’s Welsh Language Strategy will close on 4 February.
The Minister for Heritage, Alun Ffred Jones, has launched for consultation a draft strategy to promote Welsh as a vibrant language of every day life.
Welsh Ministers have hailed the approval of the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure on Tuesday 7 December as an historic step forward for the Welsh language.
Open response letter from the Heritage Minister to correspondents on the proposed Welsh Language Measure.
October 2010. The Minister for Heritage, Alun Ffred Jones, has announced proposed amendments to the Assembly Government’s Welsh Language Measure that will further strengthen it.
August 2010. Heritage Minister, Alun Ffred Jones, has hailed the progress made towards securing a thriving future for the Welsh language, with the publication of the latest progress report on Iaith Pawb and the Welsh Language Scheme.
May 2010. The Heritage Minister, Alun Ffred Jones, held a series of public meetings around Wales in April. Find out how to see the DVD that was shown at the meetings.
April 2010. The Proposed Welsh Language Measure was laid before the National Assembly for Wales on 4 March 2010. A series of public meetings has been arranged to explain what’s contained within the Measure.
March 2010. The Proposed Welsh Language Measure was laid before the National Assembly for Wales on 4 March 2010. The proposed Measure will now be considered by the National Assembly.
February 2010. Yesterday was an historic day for the Welsh language, as the Welsh Language Legislative Competence Order was made by Her Majesty in Council. As a result legislative competence has now been conferred upon the National Assembly.
October 2009. The Legislative Competency Order process has provided an opportunity for a wide-ranging debate about the role of legislation in safeguarding and promoting the Welsh language.
August 2009. The Minister for Heritage has been holding discussions with stakeholders and the public over the summer.