Sunday, 3 September 2017

Kernev-Veur : Panelloù difesonet er c'hirri-boutin


An article here in the Breton language newspaper Ya! concerning the vandalism of Cornish language phrases on buses in Kernow. 

Thursday, 10 August 2017

Piran Statute will represent a bond between the Cornish and Breton nations

Monday, 5 June 2017

The legislative elections in Brittany

Thursday, 5 January 2017

Ar c’herneveureg, yezh-c’hoar ar brezhoneg – Radio Kerne

Ar c’herneveureg, yezh-c’hoar ar brezhoneg – Radio Kerne: Ar c’herneveureg, yezh-c’hoar ar brezhoneg.

Cornwall podkast « A’ whye wor kewsel kernewek ? » Komz a rit kerneveureg ? Hiziv an deiz e vez kavet ur mil den bennak gouest d’ober gant ar c’herneveureg, yezh geltiek Kerne Veur a zo bet adsavet e-kerzh an XIXvet kantved. Koulskoude ne oa ket mat ar jeu eviti a-raok, dre ma oa aet da goll er bloavezhioù 1700. Bet eo bet Benjamin oc’h atersiñ Ronan Trémel a ra war-dro kentelioù kerneveureg e Kallag. Ul levr evit deskiñ e-unan a oa bet embannet ivez gant Ken George : Holyewgh an Lergh.

Thursday, 15 December 2016

Yn kres an mor / e kreiz ar mor

An nice Cornish translation here of Me zo ganet e kreiz ar mor (I was born within the sea / among the waves) original written by  Jean-Pierre Calloc'h



The Breton original can be heard sung here below.

Monday, 12 December 2016

The idea of Breton nationality defended at the UN


More on the organisation  - the Association for the nations of the hexagon [France] - responsible for this can be found on the UNPO website here:  ANH Offers Platform for Union Agreement between Savoy and Brittany

On 18 April 2015, a Savosian delegation travelled to Brittany to meet with the representatives of the KAD (Kelc’h And Dael, meaning Circle of the Parliament), a Breton entity which aims at recreating a Parliament of Brittany, and sign a union agreement within the Association des Nations de l’Hexagone (Association of Nations of the Hexagon, ANH). This association aims to unite the various peoples of France and work for the recognition of national or ethnic minorities, in accordance with the 1995 Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorites and the Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 18 December 1992. ANH also struggles for these minorities' right to self-determination.


ANH was founded in order to promote cultural and economic links between the regions, and the overall multicultural richness, of France. Among its objectives are the following: promoting the recognition of minority languages, creating symbolic pairings between cities of each region, and promoting regional think tanks.

The presidents of the Savosian and Breton sections of ANH, Fabrice Dugerdil and Stéphane Domagala, have co-signed a mutual union agreement for the obtaining of the status of minority for their peoples, in accordance with the Council of Europe’s Framework Convention for the Protection of National Minorities and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Persons Belonging to National or Ethnic, Religious and Linguistic Minorities.

Meanwhile, ANH has been working on the opening of a music department within the association. ANH President Stéphane Domagala has met with the famous Breton band Manau, which has expressed its support to ANH. ANH is now planning to contact more artists willing to represent their minorities and promote their culture, whether Alsatian, Basque or Savosian, in order to put in place a music festival bringing all these peoples together. 

ANH has also opening a sports department, joined by the Ninjutsu Club of Saint Brieuc. The association is now wishes to diversify the sports represented and aims at putting in place a championiship with teams representing their minorities.

Monday, 14 November 2016

Cornouailles - l’histoire de la résurrection d’une langue

Cornouailles - l’histoire de la résurrection d’une langue

La Cornouailles est une des six Nations de langue celtique et en est la deuxième plus petite communauté après l’île de Man. Ne disposant pas de la même reconnaissance que les autres peuples celtiques du Royaume-Uni, ils ont pourtant réussi le pari de « ressusciter » leur langue.  Cornouailles - Eurominority

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