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Welcome to the Welsh Language Commissioner’s website.
 
The Commissioner’s functions include:
  • promoting the use of the Welsh language
  • facilitating the use of the Welsh language
  • working towards ensuring that the Welsh language is treated no less favourably than the English language by imposing duties on some organisations to comply with standards relating to the Welsh language
  • conducting inquiries into matters relating to the Commissioner's functions
  • investigating interference with the individual’s freedom to use the Welsh language


  • ‘Dictionary’ of Welsh Place-names published20.06.2018A list of place-names in Wales will be published by the Welsh Language Commissioner on 20 June, which will offer the standardised spellings for the names of villages, towns and cities in Wales.More
  • Effective Communication’s use of the Welsh language05.06.2018Effective Communication has completed a Welsh language Promotion Plan to introduce more of the language to their activities. Account Director, Lydia Whitfield, explains why and how the company went about developing their use of the language.More
  • Are you on the list?18.05.2018Are there two ‘n’ in Llangrannog? Should we include a hyphen in Glan-llyn? And what is the Welsh name for Builth Wells? More
 

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25.6.2018
There are many factors to consider when standardising Welsh place-names: Are there multiple forms? Are there any hy… https://t.co/EWJhLNigsm
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25.6.2018
Mae nifer o bethau i’w hystyried wrth fynd ati i safoni enwau lleoedd yng Nghymru: A oes yna fwy nag un ffurf? A oe… https://t.co/Az2ELDOszv
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25.6.2018
There is over half a century since A Gazetteer of Welsh Place-names (University of Wales Press) was published, and… https://t.co/vjrLpsXTvK
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