This was the Esperanto Association of Britain's site from 2005 to 2018. You will find its current site at esperanto.org.uk.
Paul has been involved in dialogue for several weeks. The results are very satisfactory: accurate and positive information concerning Esperanto has now appeared in the BBC publication, "The Roots/Routes of English" which supplements the prestigious programme with the same title being broadcast on Radio 4.
Another cause for pleasure is the interview with the eminent Esperantist Peter Danning, which is on an accompanying CD. Well done Paul!
The value of the prize is £150, which is to be used for the purpose of travel abroad for the study of Esperanto.
The prize may not be awarded more than once to the same competitor.
Entries must be submitted to the Registrar by 1 May 2000
Candidates are required to present an original essay in Esperanto of at least 1000 words on ONE of the following subjects:
Candidates must also submit a declaration that entries are their own unaided work.
M.D.Carr, Registrar, The University of Liverpool, PO Box 147, Liverpool, L69 3BX
Note by Don Lord: "This is an extremely important business for the Esperanto movement in Great Britain, and I urge you to enter it. The University is being most helpful and co-operative, and it would be a shame if Esperantists let this opportunity, particularly in the millennium year, slip away"
However, the Association has no objection to your ordering directly from UEA or from FEL. In fact, FEL (Flemish Esperanto League) has by far the most professional on-line bookshop in the Esperanto community. It carries a large stock and accepts net credit card payments.
Why not have a look? You will be impressed and sometimes will be able to read reviews of the books in Esperanto. Even if you are reluctant to use credit cards for on-line transactions, you will increase your knowledge of Esperanto publications and at least be able to give Ipswich the correct bibliographical details!
Click on http://www.esperanto.be/retbutiko/index.html
It deals easily with special Esperanto characters (which are tightly integrated with it); replaces other methods of producing characters rapidly, such as the X-convention; and has all the characteristics of a medium-sized word processor, which is also suitable for work in English.
Download it now (4MB) and possess a useful word processor for many routine tasks (and some not so routine!) plus an invaluable Esperanto tool. It is freeware and the latest of the free Esperanto software which John has on his site. Turn your browser to: www.borderline.f9.co.uk
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