“the right to use

a regional or minority language

in private and public life

is an inalienable right”

DATABASE FOR
THE
EUROPEAN CHARTER FOR
REGIONAL OR
MINORITY LANGUAGES

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maintained by the

Public Foundation for European Comparative Minority Research

 

Supported by the

Council of Europe and the

Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Hungary

Scottish Gaelic in the United Kingdom

 

  Entry into force of the Charter for Scottish Gaelic

1 July 2001

  Status of Scottish Gaelic

territorial language

  Level of protection for Scottish Gaelic

Part II & III

  Provisions applied to Scottish Gaelic

  Territorial application

Scotland*

  Translation to Scottish Gaelic

  Other countries where Scottish Gaelic is protected under the Charter

none

 

 

  Documents of the monitoring process for Scottish Gaelic

  Recommendations of the Committee of Experts and the Committee of Ministers regarding Scottish Gaelic

  Fulfilment of obligations (summary table)

 

 

  Other languages under the Charter’s protection in the United Kingdom:

 

* The declaration whereby the United Kingdom accepted the obligations of the Charter in relation to Scottish Gaelic did not specify the territorial scope.

 

 

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