www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2015/06/13/413968033/esperanto-is-not-dead-can-the-universal-language-make-a-comeback

Jun 13, 2015 ... A hundred years ago, a Polish physician created a language that anyone could learn easily. The hope was to bring the world closer together.

www.reddit.com/r/Esperanto/comments/98z5u1/do_you_need_to_pay_to_go_to_the_world_esperanto

I want to go to the world Esperanto Congress in Montreal in 2020 but I can't find anything on the price so I was wondering if you need to pay ...

unitedlanguagegroup.com/blog/esperanto-language-for-world-peace

It's estimated that up to 2 million people speak esperanto today, with some even teaching it to their children as a native language.

esperantofre.com/book

So I had written to the delegito ("local representative") of the World Esperanto Association in Tashkent to inform him of my arrival. He had replied he would be at ...

www.revolvy.com/page/World-Esperanto-Congress

World Esperanto Congress Mark Fettes, president of the World Esperanto Association, during the 100th World Esperanto Congress in Lille (France), 2015 The ...

eric.ed.gov/?id=ED438730

This paper focuses on the contribution of the Esperanto movement to the furtherance of world peace and the bringing together of the peoples of the world.

www.noslangues-ourlanguages.gc.ca/en/blogue-blog/esperanto-eng

Nov 20, 2018 ... An English blog post about Esperanto, a language constructed in the 19th century that continues to be spoken around the world today.

lareviewofbooks.org/article/esperanto-language-of-hope-esther-schors-bridge-of-words

Oct 2, 2016 ... Ross Perlin on Esther Schor's “Bridge of Words: Esperanto and the Dream of a Universal Language.”

www.ethnologue.com/language/epo

Esperanto was developed for intercommunication among L1 users of other languages. It is currently used by speakers in over 100 countries of the world.