WORKERS'
ESPERANTO
MOVEMENT
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Welcome to the webpage of SATEB
the Workers' Esperanto Movement!


Workers' Esperanto Movement...  What's that?


Esperanto, the international language of freedom and internationalism is alive and kicking!

It's currently spoken in more than 80 countries around the world.

Esperanto is a relatively simple neutral language, and is far easier to learn than any national language.

There exists a worldwide movement which uses Esperanto
everyday as a means of communication, peace and friendship between ordinary people from many different countries.

Since its creation, Esperanto has been used with positive results by progressive, left-wing and freethinking people.  It has enabled, and continues to enable, many ordinary people, socialists, trade unionists, communists, anarchists, greens, humanists, members of the peace movement, feminists, anti-globalists, etc, to make
direct links with their counterparts overseas (without having to rely on intermediaries, expensive professional translators, or the bias of the various national mass medias).

Reflecting this movement, there exist "LEAs" (Worker Esperanto Associations) in various countries, which all help to promote Esperanto within their respective progressive and working class movements.  So, in Britain and for other English speaking countries, the "LEA" is
SATEB - the Workers' Esperanto Movement.

Membership of SATEB is relatively inexpensive.  All members receive our quarterly journal
La Verda Proleto, which is in both English and Esperanto.

Aside from promoting Esperanto, another important role of SATEB is introducing progressive Esperanto speakers to
SAT the World Non-national Association (Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda). Visit our What is SAT? page for more info.

If you would like more information about SATEB or would like to join the organisation, then get in touch.
News
What is SAT?
Other Languages
Progressive Esperanto
Links
Can't speak Esperanto?
Then learn it for free online!


Click
HERE for a free
beginner's course

Click
HERE for a free
second level course

Click
HERE for info about
other Esperanto courses
To contact SATEB, click HERE
and send an email
To Join SATEB's discussion list, click
HERE
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