Policy paper

Home Office Welsh language scheme

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The Welsh Language Act 1993 requires all public bodies to prepare and adopt a Welsh language scheme.

Documents

Cynllun iaith Gymraeg y Swyddfa Gartref

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Home Office Welsh language scheme

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The Home Office has adopted the principle that in the conduct of public business and the administration of justice in Wales, it will treat the English and Welsh languages on a basis of equality. This scheme sets out how the Home Office in providing services to the public in Wales, intends to fulfil this commitment.

The Home Office’s Welsh language scheme applies to Home Office headquarters, the UK Border Agency and the Home Office’s non-departmental bodies that do not have their own Welsh language schemes.

The Welsh Language Board approved the revised Home Office Welsh Language Scheme on 23 September 2009.

If you have any suggestions about the scheme, or the material that might be held on this website in accordance with it, please email cymraeg@homeoffice.gsi.gov.uk