time.com/4417809/esperanto-history-invention

Jul 26, 2016 ... Over 1,000 speakers of Esperanto have been expected to gather this week at the 101st World Esperanto Congress in Slovakia to celebrate ...

europa.eu/youth/volunteering/organisation/924695957_en

UEA is the largest international organisation for Esperanto speakers, having members and member organisations in more than 120 countries all over the world.

www.mcclatchydc.com/news/nation-world/national/article99066207.html

Aug 31, 2016 ... Global interest in Esperanto has ebbed and flowed since then. It played a part in the founding of modern Belgium. Hitler persecuted Esperanto ...

www.bbc.com/future/story/20180110-the-invented-language-that-found-a-second-life-online

Jan 10, 2018 ... Esperanto was intended to be the second language of the whole world, the only one people would learn other than their own. That's why it is ...

landakongreso.org/en/what-is-esperanto

Esperanto is the world's most widely spoken constructed language. It was introduced in 1887 by Dr. L.L. Zamenhof, of Warsaw in today's Poland, to foster ...

lernu.net/en/esperanto

A multilingual website for learning the international language Esperanto. ... UNESCO establishes consultative relations with the World Esperanto Association .

pages.ucsd.edu/~dkjordan/scriptorium/esperantism.html

Feb 21, 2019 ... Thus, while in most of the rest of the world Esperanto is almost never a person's second-learned language, many Americans who take on ...

freakonomics.com/podcast/why-learn-esperanto-special-feature

Sep 25, 2017 ... An estimated 2 million people speak Esperanto worldwide. Around 1,000 are native speakers. (Photo: Philip Brewer / Flickr). Our latest ...

www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC61387

In 1887, Polish physician Ludovic Zamenhof introduced Esperanto, a simple, ... After the Second World War, Esperanto became increasingly popular in Eastern ...