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Esperantic Studies Foundation

for linguistic justice in a multicultural world

Established in 1968 as a vehicle for promoting scholarly research and dialogue on issues concerned with world language problems and policies, including Esperanto, ESF has three main priorities: research, conservation and education.

research

Strengthening scholarship on interlingual communication through  collaboration.

conservation

Working to preserve our cultural heritage by conserving historical records.

education

Developing the teaching of Esperanto and its use for educational purposes. xxxx

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Recent ESF News, Events and Deadlines

IfI Deadline

Submissions to Information for Interlinguists must be received by 30 September 2019

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united nations

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supporting esf

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library heritage

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