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ESF – Por lingva justeco en multkultura mondo | For linguistic justice in a multicultural world

 
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Statement of purpose

ESF works to further the understanding and practice of linguistic justice in a multicultural world.

We aim to develop and support excellence in scholarship, education, and interlingual communication.

Our priorities and values are shaped through engagement with the worldwide community of Esperanto speakers, as well as with researchers, educators and activists in many language-related fields.

  • Students at Poznan Interlinguistics Program (photo: Ilona Koutny)
  • NASK 2005 (photo: Phil Dorcas)
  • NASK: North American Summer Esperanto Institute (photo: Phil Dorcas)
  • NASK: North American Summer Esperanto Institute (photo: Steve Brewer)
  • Students at Macaulay / CUNY Program, 2015
  • Students at Macaulay / CUNY Program, 2015
  • Students at Macaulay / CUNY Program, 2015
  • Esther Schor (Macaulay / CUNY Program, 2015)
  • Lernu.net: the largest multilingual Esperanto learning website and community
  • Edukado.net: the largest website for Esperanto teachers

Esperanto history and its place in society

Read about the Esperanto history and its place in current society, by Asya Pereltsvaig

Support ESF!

By supporting the Esperantic Studies Foundation, you will be supporting efforts to promote language equality in the world and equitable, high-quality communication across cultures and language groups. Click here to make a donation.

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Testimonials

I don't hesitate to support ESF, because for me, this foundation is the most important and effective for spreading Esperanto and getting people to accept it. You only need to take a look at the various activities that ESF supports, to understand that the money donated to this foundation is well used and bears concrete and useful fruits.

(Trefflé Mercier, Canada)

I donate to ESF because I agree with and trust the work that they fund. ESF runs and supports some of the most important spaces for Esperanto on the internet, always with a modern eye and inspiring results

(Fernando Maia Jr., Brazil)

Quick links to some ESF-supported projects

Lernu.net: online school & community

Edukado.net: resources for Esperanto teachers

Interlinguistics Program (Poznan)

 N. American Summer Esperanto Institute

Tekstaro.com: corpus of written Esperanto

Information for Interlinguists (get the recent issue!)

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