Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg has set out its seven Welsh language priorities for the next Welsh Government.
Writing in Y Cymro, Cymdeithas chair Mabli Siriol said: "It's time for us to remind our politicians of our vision for the next five years and the need to prioritise the Welsh language rather than it being an afterthought."
The priorities originate from Cymdeithas' 'Mwy Na Miliwn' vision for a Welsh-language citizenship for all.
Ms Siriol said: "The vision was supported, to varying degrees, by the main parties in their manifestos, with a multi-party consensus, for example, in favour of introducing a Welsh Education Act for all. What is needed now is action."
The seven priorities set out by Cymdeithas are:
The devolution of broadcasting
A new Property Act
A new a Welsh Education Act for all
80% of newly-trained teachers being able to speak Welsh by 2026
Free Welsh lessons for all
One thousand new Welsh-language spaces
Menter Ddigidol Gymraeg (a Welsh language digital enterprise)