The Welsh Government says it will continue to work to 'ensure' the Welsh language thrives, but says the results of the Census emphasise the fact that the language's future lies with the children and young people of Wales.
In its Welsh language strategy published last March, the government identified six areas of focus in a bid to ensure the Welsh language's 'long-term sustainability,' increase the relevance of Welsh and provide people with more opportunities to speak Welsh in day-to-day life.
The strategy recognised the fragile state of the language - and emphasised the need to promote and facilitate its use across all walks of life, with a particular focus on the use of Welsh within the family setting; providing opportunities for children and young people to use Welsh socially; supporting the use of Welsh in communities; the use of Welsh in the workplace and developing the use of Welsh in information technology, including its use with social media.
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