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Les Semaines Galloises

  • Dans le Carmarthenshire, les galloisants se font traiter de "fascistes" !

    ‘We’re told we’re anti-Welsh bigots and fascists’ – the storm over Welsh-first schooling

    With a third of schools in Wales teaching pupils primarily in Welsh, debate rages over the ethics of using the classroom to bolster a minority language (The Guardian)

     

     

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  • La Asociación Gales-Argentina

    La Asociacion Gales-Argentina fue fundada en 1939 por aquellos que tenian conexiones con la colonia galesa en Chubut, con el objetivo de servir de nexo entre ambos paises. En 1999 se cambió el nombre de la Asociación a "Gales-Argentina" para representar de una mejor manera a los miembros y los intereses actuales de la misma.

     

    Una palabra del Presidente

    Puede leer una introducción a la sociedad y el sitio web aquí

    Festejo de los 150 años de la Colonia Galesa en Patagonia

    La Colonia Galesa se fundó en 1865, cuando viajaron cerca de 150 personas desde distintos sitios de Gales en un barco llamado Mimosa, para instalarse en el valle del río Chubut, en el sur de la Argentina. Desde entonces, la relación entre Gales y el Chubut es más estrecha cada vez. Viajes de turismo y otros de fines más académicos se repiten varias veces al año. También, las relaciones culturales se han beneficiado con las visitas de coros, grupos y/o solistas de uno y otro país.

    En el año 2015, la Colonia Galesa – Y Wladfa – celebrará sus 150 años. Ya se han comenzado con los preparativos para asegurar que estos festejos sean como los de 1965. Para más información, los invitamos a leer la página siguiente.

     

    El Plan del idioma galés en Chubut

    El Plan del idioma galés en Chubut ha funcionado desde hace quince años y ha contribuido ampliamente a mantener y promover la lengua y la cultura galesa en la colonia. En comparación con lo que existía en 1996, el ve más claramente la intensidad y la naturaleza de la influencia del Plan en respeto de la vida en general. Puedes leer más sobre el plan aquí


     

    Recibe una lección y el té de Trevelin en el jardín en un día de verano con Iwan Madoc.
    Celebración del cumpleaños de Trevelin, 25 de noviembre de 2010
    Los miembros de las clases en Esquel que hayan obtenido certificados en el Eisteddfod de la Patagonia para un dibujo, la escritura y traducción con Nesta Davies, su profesor


     

  • Rencontre à la Maison de l'Europe de Brest

     




                                     

     

    L’équipe de la Maison de l’Europe de Brest est donc heureuse d’organiser pour vous une rencontre avec Isabelle Jégouzo, Chef de la Représentation en France de la Commission européenne, interviendra dans le cadre du traditionnel « Jeudi de l’Europe ». Elle évoquera le besoin actuel de construction d'une union protectrice, les initiatives européennes existantes en termes de défense et la nécessaire coopération européenne en matière de sécurité.

    Elle échangera ensuite avec vous autour d’un cocktail.


    Le Jeudi 8 Juin 2017 à 18H30
    À La Maison de L’Europe de Brest
    245, Cours Aimé Césaire (face aux Capucins)
    29200 BREST

    RSVP : par email ou au 02 98 46 60 09.

     

     

  • New Welsh language primary school in Cardiff has been approved by the Welsh Government

    Cardiff Council has been awarded £3.9M against a total project cost of £7.8M to build a new 420 Welsh medium primary school with 80 Nursery places on Lewis Road, Splott (Maltings Park).

    The demand for Welsh medium education in Cardiff has increased significantly in recent years and it's great that we have the 21st Century Schools and Education programme that allows us to respond in a planned way to that growth. I'm eager to ensure that children within communities across the county, wherever they live, have access to the best possible educational resources.

    Children in this area of Cardiff will benefit from a modern Welsh-medium teaching environment as well as a new outdoor play and educational area.

    It's not only the pupils and teachers who'll benefit from this new development, but the wider so will the wider community, as this is a major construction scheme creating employment and providing opportunities for local suppliers.

    – Kirsty Williams AM, Education Secretary for Wales
     

     

  • Wales Arts International

     

    Here's the latest news from the Wales Arts International website.
     

    China-Wales Arts and Cultural Industries Internship secured

    25/05/17



    An internship, for both the Chinese Dual Degree Programme and the new Research and MA programme Global Culture and Creativity, has been secured at the Arts Council of Wales with Wales Arts International and supported by Welsh Government.

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    The Valley, The City, The Village: Bringing Wales and India together through literature

    22/05/17



    The Valley, The City, The Village: Bringing Wales and India together through literature

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    Programme of International Performances Revealed for Hijinx Unity Festival 2017

    16/05/17



    Programme of International Performances Revealed for Hijinx Unity Festival 2017

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    Third International Dylan Thomas Day Celebrates with Worldwide Events

    09/05/17



    This year’s International Dylan Thomas Day will see events take place across the UK, as well internationally with celebrations in Italy, Australia, Sweden, Patagonia, Portugal, Ireland, and the United States.

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    Wales In Venice: James Richards

    09/05/17



    Wales In Venice: James Richards

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    Two Young Artists from Cwmbran and South Africa Breaking New Ground with Arad Goch

    27/04/17



    There was a lot of excitement and energy in Canolfan Arad Goch throughout March and April, as two young artists, Chris Harris and Eliot Moleba worked on an exciting theatre project based on immigrants and race.

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  • 50 Welsh language campaigners could be jailed over TV licences

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    UP to 50 Welsh language campaigners could face jail due to their refusal to pay their TV licences.

    Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg has launched a campaign to devolve control over broadcasting to Cardiff Bay.

    The pressure group want decisions over broadcasting to be made in Cardiff Bay to allow Welsh language services to be expanded, with around 50 understood to be taking part in the civil action.

    But the pressure group has also expressed concerns over a ‘democratic deficit’ in Wales, accusing broadcasters of treating the nation as a region of England.

    Heledd Gwyndaf, Chair of Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg, is one of the those who are refusing to pay their £147 a year licence fee until the powers are transferred.

    Fully accepting she could face jail for her actions, she said: “We’ve had enough of a media which ignores the Welsh language and Wales’ democracy,” she said.

    “It’s really encouraging that more and more people from every part of the country are taking a stand against a system which deprives us of a media which reflects Wales’ needs and aspirations”

    S4C is currently answerable to the Westminster Government’s Department of Culture Media and Sport, which last year announced it was going to protect the channel’s funding.

    But Cymdeithas want responsibility to be transferred from London to allow Welsh language services to be expanded, with the existing S4C Authority to become a Broadcasting Authority for Wales to replace current regulator, Ofcom.

  • Budget insuffisant pour l'enseignement du gallois

    Vast amounts of money earmarked for use within Welsh medium education have not been touched by a number of Welsh councils, it has emerged.

    The £1.4bn Welsh Government pot has been largely used on English language schools – raising calls for a review of school funding in Wales.

    The money has been allocated to councils under the 21st Century Schools and Education Capital Programme. The programme was launched in 2011 to update and re-build school and post-16 college buildings. But just 30% of the funding pot has been spent on Welsh medium schools.

    Among Wales’ 22 local authorities, six have spent little or no money on Welsh medium schools, according to the campaign group RhaG (Parents for Welsh Medium Education).

    Blaenau Gwent and Flintshire have spent none and earmarked none, while Rhondda Cynon Taf has earmarked just 0.5% of its £160m allocation from the programme on Welsh language education. Monmouthshire has spent just 1% of its £93m.

    In contrast, Anglesey and Gwynedd have earmarked all their allocation under the programme to Welsh medium schools, Carmarthenshire spent 80% and Cardiff and Swansea 22%.

    The figures do not show how much of the money allocated to councils under the programme, aimed at updating school and post-16 college facilities, has been spent – only the intention.

     

     

     

  • Les Bretons de Gouesnou en voyage à Brecon

     

    Jumelage. Une semaine au pays de Galles

    La semaine dernière, un groupe de Gouesnousiens du jumelage Gouesnou-Brecon s'est rendu au pays de Galles pour la traditionnelle rencontre bisannuelle des familles. Quarante-quatre personnes, dont seize de moins de 18 ans, ont participé à ce périple qui a débuté mardi, par une traversée nocturne, de Saint-Malo vers Portsmouth.

     

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    Les jeunes Gouesnousiens du jumelage ont participé à la chasse aux oeufs organisée, dimanche, par le musée national d'histoire de St Fagans, au Pays de Galles.

    Dès l'arrivée le mercredi midi, à Brecon, le programme était chargé, mais très agréable, avec une succession de visites guidées de lieux choisis pour leur caractère historique, architectural ou touristique, tels le château de Chepstow, sur la rive de la Severn, à la frontière avec l'Angleterre où se trouve le National botanic garden of Wales.

    Les visites se sont poursuivies jusqu'au samedi, journée qui est traditionnellement réservée à la visite de Brecon et au « shopping local », et qui se termine, le soir, par le banquet, toujours très convivial.

    Dimanche, sur le chemin du retour, les enfants ont participé à la chasse aux oeufs de Pâques, organisée par le musée national d'histoire de St Fagans, tandis que les adultes visitaient l'institution.

    Après une traversée retour de nuit, les voyageurs gouesnousiens sont revenus, lundi, dans la commune, des souvenirs plein la tête et parés à accueillir les Gallois, l'année prochaine, en Bretagne.

    Twinning. A week in Wales
    Picture caption : The young people from Gouesnou took part in the Easter egg hunt organized on Sunday at t St Fagans National Historical Museum.
    Last week a group of people from the Brecon-Gouesnou Twinning went to Wales for the traditional biennial meeting with the families. Forty-four persons, including sixteen under 18, took part in the trip which started on Tuesday with an overnight crossing from St Malo to Portsmouth.
    Easter egg hunt at St Fagans
    As soon as they arrived, on Wednesday, they had a busy but very pleasant program me, with a series of guided visits to places that had been chosen for their historic, architectural and touristic interest, such as Chepstow Castle on the banks of the Severn, near the English border, or the National Botanic Garden.

    The visits went on until Saturday which is traditionally dedicated to visiting the town of Brecon and to shopping, and which ended with the dinner, very friendly as usual. On Sunday, on the way home, the children participated in an Easter egg hunt organized at St Fagans Museum, while the adults were visiting the place.

    After an overnight crossing, the travellers arrived home on Monday, with their heads full of memories, and ready to welcome the Welsh People next year in Gouesnou.


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    Accueil protocolaire à la Mairie de Brecon

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     Visite guidée de Brecon

     

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    Visite guidée de la cathédrale

     

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    Tintern Abbey

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    Cheptstow

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    Tout un programme !

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    Passage délicat à Llandeillo

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    Careg Cennen

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    Un moment toujours apprécié, le pique-nique

     

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    National Botanic Garden (une fleur)

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    National Botanc Garden

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    Un breton de Plougastel à Brecon

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    Le cadeau des gouesnousiens

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    Repas convivial

    15 les échanges entre écoles continuent.JPG

    Les échanges entre écoles continuent...

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    Les environs de Brecon

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    Chasse aux oeufs de Pâques à Saint Fagans

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    Ils ont tous gagné !