Items in the topic ‘welsh language’
Published: 23 March 2011
We welcome the inclusion of some of our key recommendations in the Enterprise and Learning Committee report and we are urging Assembly Members to support these
Publication: A response to the consultation Iaith Fyw: Iaith Byw
Published: 4 February 2011
A response to the Welsh Assembly Government’s strategy on Iaith Fyw: Iaith Byw.
Published: 1 February 2011
Improving Welsh language services for consumers will require more detailed research in to how and why they use the language – not just a simple measure of how often. That’s the advice from Consumer Focus Wales in their response to the Welsh Assembly Government’s consultation on their Iaith Fyw: Iaith Byw language strategy.
Published: 29 September 2010
Wales’ leading consumer organisation is urging businesses to pay closer attention to what consumers want as they gear up for new laws on the Welsh language.
Published: 27 September 2010
Consumer Focus Wales welcomes the opportunity to submit written evidence to the Enterprise and Learning Committee rapporteur group on bilingualism.
Publication: Gwasaniaithau: Consumers and the Welsh Language
Published: 9 September 2010
This report looks at the consumer experience of Welsh language services in both the public and private sectors, the extent to which consumers’ needs are being met and where improvements need to be made in the planning and delivery of future Welsh language services to take into account what consumers want.
Published: 7 September 2010
Wales’ first Welsh Language Commissioner will only succeed if they are a good listener – that’s the warning from Consumer Focus Wales, as they launch a new report looking at consumer attitudes to Welsh language services. Gwasaniaithau: Consumers and the Welsh Language looks at the attitudes of Welsh speaking consumers towards the services they receive in both the public and private sectors and makes a series of recommendations for the proposed Welsh Language Commissioner.
Published: 9 June 2010
WELSH speakers need to be given a greater voice in proposals for new Welsh language legislation – if the whole process is to make a real difference for consumers. That’s the view of Consumer Focus Wales, in their evidence to the Assembly committee scrutinising the proposed Welsh Language Measure. Rebecca Thomas, Senior Policy Advocate at [...]