Esperanto, a common and neutral language, designed to be easy to learn. A new tool for a more united European Union.
I propose to gradually promote the teaching of Esperanto, as common and neutral language,...
Official recognition of Esperanto as one of the languages of EU citizens
The basics of Esperanto were published in Warsaw in 1887. Since then, millions of people in...
A lesson about Esperanto for the schoolchildren of the European Union
Over 130 years ago, in 1887, the basics of the international language Esperanto were published in...
Esperanto was launched in Warsaw in 1887. Since then, millions of people in Europe and around the...
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