Ulster Scots Consultation
THIS CONSULTATION HAS NOW CLOSED
DRAFT STRATEGY FOR ULSTER SCOTS LANGUAGE, HERITAGE AND CULTURE
The Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure (DCAL) has prepared a consultative document containing proposals for a strategy for Ulster Scots language, heritage and culture.
The consultation period will last for twenty weeks from Wednesday 11 July until Tuesday 27 November 2012.
The purpose of this public consultation is to seek views and feedback on the content of the draft Ulster Scots language, heritage and culture strategy, which includes aims, objectives and areas for action to proactively protect, enhance and develop the Ulster Scots language, heritage and culture.
The key aims of the draft strategy are to:
The strategy has the following objectives:
Key areas for action to protect, enhance and develop the Ulster Scots language, heritage and culture include Education, Media, Use of Language, Public Services, Culture.
Strategy for Ulster Scots Language, Heritage and Culture - Young Person Friendly version (pdf) (689KB)