REPORT OF THE MEETING ON THE INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGE

373, 21-Nov-96, 01:07, -E—-, 2670, Trans.Rad.Ny, US, New York

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UN/ International Auxiliary Language

New York, November 19, 1996

REPORT OF THE MEETING ON THE INTERNATIONAL AUXILIARY LANGUAGE

Present:
Mark Fettes (UEA), Rochelle Grossman (UEA), Bill Pace (World Federalist Movement), Techeste Aherdom (BAHA'I), Marino Busdachin (Transnational Radical Party), Marco Perduca (Esperanto Radikala Asocio).

GENERAL ORGANIZATION:

1) Gather as many information as possible on the International Auxiliary Language in order to produce a well structured exhaustive brochure on the subject. [UEA+TRP]

2) The brochure should be in English and French.

3) The brochure should be the group's presentation card for the Committee on NGO.

4) Send

5) Organize a mailing and/or emailing list of Association on Esperanto (ELNA). [UEA+TRP]

6) Edit a paper and an electronic version of the brochure for emailing (bulkmailing) end/or emailing. [UEA+TRP]

7) Webpage?

LOBBYING FOR COMMITTEE ON NGO:

1) Find out which delegations might be interested in the International Auxiliary Language. [UEA+TRP+BAHA'I]

2) Send them the brochure (long version). [UEA+TRP+BAHA'I]

3) On the model of the Coalition for the International Criminal Court, start thinking about the opportunity of organizing a Coalition for the International Auxiliary Language (CIAL). [TRP+UEA+BAHA'I+WFM]

4) Find a convenor of the coalition. [BAHA'I]

5) Draft a letter (platform made of 2 to 5 points common grounds) to invite NGOs to be member of the CIAL. [UEA]

Two Brochures:

Long version for “like-minded” delegations and NGOs on Esperanto:

– history of the IAL and of its use
– linguistical issues
– economical aspects of translations and interpretations
– history of the Esperanto Movement
– political aspects of the right to language

Short version fro all delegations and all NGOs:

– resume of the first 3 points
– stress on the economical aspects of translations and interpretations

SEMINAR:

1) Organize a half-day seminar for mid-February 1997.

2) Invite as many associations as possible to the seminar.

3) Make it an educational/cultural event (children singing, University Professors)

4) Organize, same day as seminar, a first meeting with NGOs and associations interested in the matter.

5) Plan a conference in New York on the International Auxiliary Language, March-February 1997.

ANNEX:

Composition of the Committee on NGO

Chair: Fidel Coloma (Chile)
Vice Chair: Vladlen Stefanov (Bulgaria), John Biggar (Ireland), Mr. Moses Dlamini (Swaziland)
Rapporteur: Ruth Limjuco (Philippines)

States:
Ethiopia
Madagascar
Sudan
Swaziland
Tunisia
China
India
Indonesia
Philippines
Bulgaria
Russian Federation
Greece
UK
Ireland
Chile
Cuba
Paraguay
Costa Rica
USA

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