|Type||Scottish Gaelic language|
|Headquarters||Stornoway, Isle of Lewis|
Comunn na Gàidhlig ("The Gaelic language Society"), abbreviated to "CnaG", is an organisation which seeks to promote Scottish Gaelic language and culture.
Comunn na Gàidhlig was founded in 1984 by the Scottish Office to co-ordinate new developments in Gaelic language policy. It has charitable status. It has offices in Stornoway, Inverness, Glasgow, and additional staff based in Uist, Skye, Islay, Edinburgh and Lochaber. Its chairperson is Kenneth MacIver.
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