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The Esperanto Association of Britain (Esperanto-Asocio de Britio) is a registered charity (number 272676) dedicated to the promotion of the international language Esperanto.

In doing this, we aim to champion the causes of international communication without discrimination, and of respect for all cultures.

On this website you can find information about the activities, operation, products and services of EAB. Please select the appropriate section:

go to Esperanto Education:  EAB's courses, learning resources, education news and events.

go to Esperanto Information:  About Esperanto, its culture and community, publicity news and events.

go to EAB Organisation:  Association reports, people, governance, and including
      go toEAB News andgo to EAB Events.

go to EAB Membership:  The benefits, subscription rates and application forms.

go to EAB Bookshop:  Selling our own publications, and other selected Esperanto books, DVDs and CDs.

go to Butler Library:  EAB's outstanding reference collection.

go to La Brita Esperantisto:  EAB's Esperanto-language magazine, archive of back issues.

go to EAB Update (Ĝisdate):  EAB's quarterly newsletter, archive of back issues

The Site Map lists the individual pages on this website.

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You can search for key words across our collection of websites with Google.

Convert cx -> ĉ etc.

EAB (membership, organisation, bookshop, LBE, Update)
The whole World-Wide Web

There is a dedicated search facility for the Butler library catalogues.

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Contact us

Use our online feedback form to send us an email. Alternatively, if you prefer more traditional means of communication, you will find our contact details here. We hope you find our site useful. If you have any questions, suggestions, praise or criticism, please contact us.

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Young Esperantists

Young people (under age 30) who speak Esperanto or are interested in learning it are, of course, as welcome to join EAB as anyone else. But they are also invited to join Junularo Esperantista Brita (JEB), the organisation for young Esperanto-speakers in Britain.

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