The Centre For Research and Documentation on World Language Problems (CED) exists to promote the scholarly study of Esperanto and its diverse applications in all spheres of life; to ensure the compilation and editing of reliable documentation on Esperanto; and to support efforts to present the facts about Esperanto to international organisations, scholarly and specialist associations, and the public.

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CED, 70 Years: Mapping the Contributions of Esperanto Studies to Social, Political and Linguistic Scholarly Debates

Place: Pavillion DeSève, Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM)
Time: August 11, 2022, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Organizes: Guilherme Fians and Mark Fettes
Takes place as part of the 107th Universal Congress of Esperanto

A study in the magazine Nature finds that contact with other languages is not a driver of language loss, but that formal education and a greater density of roads can be.

The definition of the word láska “love” in the Dictionary of the Contemporary Slovak Language no longer mentions opposite sexes, thus reflecting reality.

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Read the programs and details of our previous CED conferences held between 2015 to 2021.

Fields of activity of CED

The activity of CED currently encompasses the following fields:

“Planned Language” research and other work in interlinguistics and Esperantology

Research into international language policies and incorporation of those policies into language planning

Developing university courses and study programs on Esperanto and interlinguistics

Developing library collections on Esperanto and other planned languages

Continuing the work of Terminologia Esperanto-Centro

Archives of the journal ‘Esperantologio / Esperanto Studies’


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