(Please note: We are completely unrelated to Celtic FC, the Celtic League rugby tournament
and any other sporting organisations)
is one of the three Gaelic nations. Deprived of self-government by the Act of Union in 1707, Scotland
is progressing towards regaining its sovereignty with the re-establishment of the devolved Scottish Parliament after a popular
We campaign for Scotland's
right to choose independence, its Gŗidhlig language and also on various other human rights, political and environmental issues.
Aims & Objectives/Amasan & Cinn-uidhe
The fundamental aim of the Celtic League is to contribute, as
an international organisation, to the struggles of the six Celtic nations to secure or win their political, cultural, social
and economic freedom. This includes:
* Fostering co-operation between the Celtic peoples.
* Developing the consciousness
of the special relationship and solidarity between them.
* Making our national struggles and achievements better known
* Campaigning for a formal association of Celtic nations to take place once two or more of them have achieved
* Advocating the use of the national resources of each of the Celtic countries for the benefit of
all its people.
Membership is open to all, provided they agree with our aims and objectives, regardless of their background,
i.e. gender, age, creed, race etc. If you live outside Scotland itself, however, you might want to consider joining
the branch nearest to you.
We consider the Celtic countries to be:
* Alba/Scotland * Breizh/Brittany * Cymru/Wales
Eire/Ireland * Kernow/Cornwall * Ellan Vannin/The Isle of Mann
(See map, top right)