The British-Irish Council (BIC) Indigenous, Minority and Lesser-Used Languages work sector today held a Ministerial meeting hosted in Jersey by Kirsten Morel, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture. Ministers approved a Forward Work Plan to drive and direct activity for the period 2023-2026.
Indigenous, Minority and Lesser-Used Languages Ministerial Meeting hosted by the Government of Jersey - 20
now the sun breaks through, is a poetry anthology commissioned to mark the 25th anniversary of the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, and the linked 25th anniversary of the inaugural British-Irish Council Summit (December 2024).
This week, the British-Irish Council Creative Industries Work Sector will hold a Ministerial meeting hosted by the Isle of Man Government. The meeting will be chaired by Deputy Kirsten Morel, Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Economic Development, Tourism, Sport and Culture.
In recent years, officials from the Creative Industries work sector have shared their learning, perspectives and experiences in developing and supporting the creative industries sector across the BIC Member Administrations.