Tutmonda Esperantista Junulara Organizo (TEJO)
Organisation Mondiale de la Jeunesse Espérantophone
Organización Mundial de la Juventud Esperantista
World Organization of Young Esperantists
1938-08-02 Groet Netherlands
2 Aug 1938, Groet (Netherlands), as Tutmonda Junular-Organizo. Also formerly known in French and German as Organisation mondiale de la jeunesse espérantiste – Weltbund Junger Esperantisten. Present name adopted 1954, Hilversum (Netherlands). New statute approved 1985, Eringerfeld (Germany FR). EU Transparency Register: 099332335142-02.
Spread the use of the international language Esperanto; work to raise the level of consciousness among young people concerning world language problems; facilitate international communication and take action to solve language problems in international relations; facilitate all kinds of human relationship, spiritual and material, irrespective of differences with regard to nationality, race, sex, religion, politics or language; foster a strong sense of solidarity among members by developing their understanding and respect for other people.
Events2020-07-11 | Someren, Netherlands – Annual Congress
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