ESPERANTO + EDUKADO (ILEI)
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1949-08-12 Bournemouth UK
Founded 12 Aug 1949, Bournemouth (UK), in succession to H-XH7261 - World Association of Esperantist Teachers, set up in 1908, and which lapsed during World War II. Current Statutes and By-Laws adopted 2011, Copenhagen (Denmark). Previously referred to in English as International League of Esperantist Teachers. Also previously known as Internacia Ligo de Esperantistaj Instruistoj (ILEI) – Ligue internationale des enseignants espérantistes – International League of Esperanto Instructors. Current title since 2019.
Promote education which leads to respect for mankind and understanding among peoples worldwide; collaborate with teachers to introduce Esperanto into schools.
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