Flanigan recently challenged the 1737 ban on the use of Irish in the North’s courts. Domhnall O Cathain of the Brehon Law Society and Mike Breen of the IAUC will also speak.
The event is free, open to the public and begins at 7 p.m.
“The British are backsliding on the commitments made under the Equality and Human Rights terms of the Good Friday Agreement,” said IAUC National President, Kate McCabe.
“It is unfortunate that their commitments to take resolute action to support, promote and facilitate the Irish language have yielded no tangible results,” she said.
Earlier on Saturday, Daith