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Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU

Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU

The Europa Esperanto Unio - EEU: For efficient and non-discriminatory communication - is an umbrella organisation of the national Esperanto associations in all EU Member States except Cyprus, which aims to contribute to strengthening multilingualism in the EU. Its “Springboard to Languages” programme involves a one-year training of 50-100 hours of ‘language-orientation education’, i.e. the teaching of the basic grammar of Esperanto and its 500 most frequently-used morphemes. The course has two objectives: to raise language awareness; and to prepare pupils for the subsequent study of other languages. EEU is also committed to strengthening a European identity in harmony with national and regional identities.

EEU - Eŭropa Esperanto-Unio
Avenue Louise 405, bte 9, 
B - 1050 Brussels
E-mail: eeu@europo.eu
www.europo.eu 

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European Theatre Convention Federation of European Publishers European Federation of National Institutions for Language
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