News Archive

11/10/2022 - 17:50
Nodwn ein siom bod cymaint o'r mesurau yn y Cynllun Tai a Chymunedau Cymraeg a gyhoeddwyd gan y Llywodraeth heddiw (11/10/2022) yn dal i ddibynnu ar weithredoedd gwirfoddol ac nad yw'r mesurau na'r cyllid yn mynd yn bell o gwbl. Deddf Eiddo gyflawn sydd ei hangen. Dywedodd Robat Idris, Cadeirydd Cymdeithas yr Iaith:
31/12/2021 - 12:32
Mae Cymdeithas yr Iaith yn gwahodd pobl Cymru ‘i ymuno â’r frwydr dros yr iaith’ yn ei fideo newydd. Mae’r fideo, a gyhoeddir fel neges blwyddyn newydd, yn cyd-fynd â'r weledigaeth a grisialwyd yn ‘Mwy na Miliwn — Dinasyddiaeth Gymraeg i Bawb’.
06/12/2021 - 12:49
Cymdeithas yr Iaith has thanked Carmarthenshire County Council's Cabinet for their decision to save Ysgol Blaenau and Ysgol Mynydd-y-Garreg, and has called on the Education Minister to now give clear and practical support to maintain the long-term sustainability of the schools
07/06/2021 - 17:51
Cymdeithas yr Iaith have welcomed a commitment made by the First Minister, Mark Drakeford MS, to introduce a "package of proposals” to tackle the housing crisis but emphasise that the policy package "needs to be radical and comprehensive".
20/05/2021 - 14:15
At 1pm on Saturday, 10th of July, hundreds of Cymdeithas yr Iaith supporters are expected to form a "human dam" across the Tryweryn dam near Bala, as a sign of the group’s determination to prevent the collapse of Welsh communities as a result of the housing crisis.  
18/03/2021 - 15:45
Language campaigners have lambasted the Welsh Government’s response to Cymdeithas yr Iaith's petition in a debate yesterday (17 March) at the Senedd.  
11/03/2021 - 12:01
Cymdeithas yr Iaith has welcomed the recommendations of a new report by the Senedd’s Culture, Welsh Language and Communications Committee which calls for a number of broadcasting powers to be devolved to Wales.  
04/01/2021 - 17:23
  Cymdeithas yr Iaith are calling on the Welsh Government to drop proposed plans to transfer a number of key powers from county councils to four new Corporate Joint Committees (CJCs), as such plans would "undermine local democracy and weaken language policy at the county level".