Internet Resources

World Esperanto Association

The World Esperanto Association ( based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, is the largest Esperanto organization in the world. There are members around the world, including mmore than 1500 delegates (local representatives for the movement, and contacts for Esperanto-speaking travellers) in more than 100 countries ( Visit ( to find information about the strength of the movement and Esperanto organizations in countries throughout the world. The World Esperanto Association also works with local activists organizing the World Congresses (La Universalaj Kongresoj).​


Esperanto-USA (also legally known as the Esperanto League for North America) ( a non-profit educational association in the United States. It serves as a common link throughout the country for speakers and supporters of the international language Esperanto. We have members of all ages and levels of experience with the language, from beginners to fluent speakers.

Canadian Esperanto Association

The Canadian Esperanto Association (KEA) ( is the national non-profit educational association of the speakers and supporters of Esperanto in Canada who have a common interest in the use and promotion of the international language as a solution to the world language problem.

Eventa Servo

Eventa Servo ( is an internet site where Esperanto events can be advertised. There are always hundreds of events to choose from.

Esperanto Wikipedia

There is a growing number of Wikipedia articles in Esperanto. As of the last update (December 13, 2024), there were 346 495 articles with 335 active editors and +/- 590 000 unique visitors per month. Updated numbers can be found on the homepage of Wikipedia in Esperanto

Pasporta Servo

One of the most practical current uses of Esperanto is the “Pasporta Servo”. This is a listing of Esperanto speakers who are prepared to host Esperanto speaking travellers. If you are familiar with Airbnb, the Pasporta Servo is similar but without the cost. Travel becomes much less expensive when accommodation is free. It is a win-win arrangement. Hosts enjoy meeting Esperanto-speaking travellers from around the world. In addition to saving money, guests often get useful inside information about the area they are visiting from a friendly local resident.​ Translating from their website ( There are currently (December 13, 2023) 2386 hosts from120 countries offering accommodation in 1731 different cities.

News in Esperanto

China Radio International ( and Polish Internet Radio ( regularly broadcast news from around the world in Esperanto. Transcripts of the broadcasts are often available so students can both read and hear the news. ​

Le Monde, a respected French daily newspaper, is the majority owner of the Le Monde Diplomatique a monthly newspaper offering analysis and opinion on politics, culture, and current affairs. Le Monde Diplomatique is available in 26 languages including Esperanto (​

Resources for Students

Esperanto Antaŭen Lessons

Esperanto Antaŭen has been evaluating existing resources and experimenting with new teaching material. Our goal is to help students become fluent as quickly as possible. Register your interest here. is an excellent site website for people who want to learn Esperanto online for free. Unlike several other sites (eg duolingo), only teaches Esperanto. Also unlike many other sites, it uses the findings of studies which have identified the most commonly used vocabulary items (morphemes) in Esperanto and focuses on teaching these morphemes first. has courses available in about 40 languages, and an active community of users​.

Duolingo is a website which offers online language learning courses for many languages including Esperanto (Esperanto – Duolingo). According to their home page, there are currently (December 13, 2023) 374 000 active learners for Esperanto. is a virtual community for teachers, course directors, and independent learners of Esperanto. The web site, launched in 2001, provides more than one thousand ready-to-use resources, useful specialized information and services, and detailed presentations of approximately 500 published instructional and learning tools. It enables high-quality, modern, collaborative work based on a worldwide network of 4,300 Esperanto teachers from more than 120 countries.

One project of connects students who have learned some Esperanto with more experienced competent speakers who can help the beginner improve via skype conversations.

Esperantic Studies Foundation

Both and have been financially supported by The Esperantic Studies Foundation (ESF) founded in 1968. Their Statement of Purpose: ESF works to further the understanding and practice of linguistic justice in a multicultural world. We aim to develop and support excellence in scholarship, education, and interlingual communication. Our priorities and values are shaped through engagement with the worldwide community of Esperanto speakers, as well as with researchers, educators and activists in many language-related fields.