Literary Academy of Esperanto
Akademio Literatura de Esperanto
1957 Budapest Hungary
1957, Budapest (Hungary), as Internacia Verkista Asocio. Subsequently changed title to Esperanto Writers' Association -- Association des écrivains en esperanto -- Vereniging van Esperantoschrijvers -- Esperantlingva Verkista Asocio (EVA), 2 Aug 1983, Budapest. Present title adopted, 14 Jul 2008, Rotterdam (Netherlands), when current statutes were also adopted.
Create solidarity among Esperanto writers, translators and critics; improve their status; make known and recognized Esperanto literature in the cultured world; review such literature, plan and perform original works and translations and stimulate new talent.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee, consisting of President, Vice-President/Secretary, Treasurer and 2 members. Arbitration Commission.
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