Blog Posts - National Minority



For a BBC KERNOW | Sign the petition today!

To: Department for Culture, Media and Sport Give Cornish language and culture the equal status, recognition, respect and prominence in public service broadcasting that it deserves. We believe the Cornish should have equal status with the ot...
by The Cornish Republican on Dec 28, 2015

Cornish not English - time to tell Census 2021

"Cornwall and Yorkshire show regional identities run deep in England, too" - an article which perhaps kind of misses the point that for many Cornish people Cornwall isn't in or part of England. In Cornwall exists a national identity distinct from Eng...
by The Cornish Republican on Aug 13, 2015

The Foundation of Future Cornwall

The Foundation of Future Cornwall « The Celtic LeagueFollowing on from confirmation that the Cornish people have been formally recognised as a National Minority and have now been included in the European Framework Convention for the Protection of Na...
by The Cornish Republican on Feb 17, 2015

Cornish people formally declared a national minority along with Scots, Welsh and Irish

Cornish people formally declared a national minority along with Scots, Welsh and Irish - UK Politics - UK - The Independent...
by The Cornish Republican on Apr 23, 2014

Two things to do today for Cornwall

Two things to do that won't take more than 5 minutes! How could you possibly not bother. 1) Petitioning The UK Prime Minister and Cabinet to create a Cornish Assembly.   Sign this petition - Create a Cornish Assembly - and then circula...
by The Cornish Republican on Dec 2, 2013

Council of Europe urges more ratifications of Regional or Minority Languages Charter

Council of Europe urges more ratifications of Regional or Minority Languages Charter   Sadly despite the promises made by the socialist presidential candidate François Holland before the elections the charter for minority languages has not be...
by The Cornish Republican on Mar 25, 2013

Borderlines and family ties

Borderlines: Countries are defined by the lines that divide them. But how are those lines decided - and why are some of them so strange? Borderlines explores the stories behind the global map, one line at a time.  Springtime of Nations: An ir...
by The Cornish Republican on Feb 11, 2013

2011 Census results for Cornish

Nationalia: 57.5% state that Wales is their only nation, with highest proportions in the south east and lowest in the north east · Almost 14% of people in Cornwall declare a Cornish national identity · Englishness more than doubles Britishness in E...
by The Cornish Republican on Dec 12, 2012


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