University unveils latest Gaelic Language Plan

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The University of the Highlands and Islands has published its third Gaelic Language Plan.

The document sets out the university’s strategy for continuing to promote and develop the use of Gaelic through its practices, curriculum and communications until 2022.

Proposals include producing more bilingual resources, encouraging staff to learn Gaelic as part of their development plans and holding more Gaelic events.