• Utilika Foundation advances the philosophy, science, and technology of communication and collaboration among diverse human and artificial agents. Through pure and applied research, publications, and conferences, the foundation participates in the planning for a world of interactivity among human beings everywhere, across all boundaries, and between humans and machines. Utilika Foundation’s special interests relate to language diversity and the complexity and ambiguity of human language. The foundation is focusing on strategies that adapt natural languages to achieve ambiguity-controlled and automatically tractable meaning representation and communication in the Semantic Web and other human-machine multiagent systems.
  • Center for Research and Documentation on World Language Problems is an international research network on interlinguistics and Esperanto studies.
  • The International League of Esperantist Instructors (ILEI) is a global organization for teachers and educators who speak and use Esperanto. Many of them teach the language, many are trained language teachers – but membership is open to teachers of any subject or department at any level, and also to anyone connected to education or involved with language instruction. ILEI organizes an annual conference and publishes a quarterly journal Internacia Pedagogia Revuo (IPR). Together with partners it catalogs Esperanto courses and instructional programs and holds instructional training and courses for improving proficiency. Its publishing activity includes a handbook about teaching Esperanto, textbooks, and a regular magazine for children and pupils, Juna Amiko.

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