MINELRES: Eurolang News, November 2008
Wed Nov 26 19:16:41 2008
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EU welcomes the dragon's tongue, Cymraeg
The Welsh Heritage Minister, Alun Ffred Jones, became the first person
to speak Cymraeg (Welsh) formally at an institutional meeting of the
European Union as he led the UK delegation to the EU Council of Culture
Ministers in Brussels.
Welsh speaker wins landmark discrimination case against multinational
A factory worker who said that she was unable to speak Welsh at work has
won a claim of unfair dismissal against Siemens Healthcare Limited.
Gwyneth Green from Caernarfon, north Wales, claimed unfair dismissal at
a recent employment tribunal and was granted "substantial"
compensation. She was also offered her job back, which she declined.
Basque movie 'Kutsidazu bidea, Ixabel' wins film award
The Basque language feature film Kutsidazu bidea, Ixabel, (Show me the
way, Ixabel) has won the second European Minority Film Award in the
North Frisian capital of Husum.
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