We're the Esperanto Association of Britain.
We’re a charity which has the aim of providing education to people in and about Esperanto.
Registered charity 272676 | Our formal documentation
Most of these are in group situations with learners who are at a similar level.
See our full range of free classroom courses.
Our more experienced learners can sit comfortably and discuss things with each other and a teacher to help improve their conversational ability.
This is a session of our Postplu course.
We also offer one-on-one tuition.
We offer distance learning at ranges from total beginner to advanced.
We publish Esperanto books.
See our translations of The Gruffalo and Room on the Broom.
We offer people the use of a Meetup account.
making it easier for them to organise local get-togethers without having to foot the bill themselves.
See our meetup groups.
We have a scheme helping people who have never before been to an Esperanto event abroad to participate in Somera Esperanto-Studado,
a nine-day event in beautiful Slovakia,
where learners of all levels get Esperanto classes in the mornings,
excursions in the afternoon,
and fun and games in the evenings.
Since Esperanto is the only language spoken there,
We also run a scheme helping people get recognised accreditation in Esperanto
by supporting sessions of exams using the Common European Framework of Reference
and refunding people their costs if they’re successful.
As well as proposing our own exams just to help learners gauge how well they're doing.
Have a look at some specimen exam papers.
selling learning materials and literature in Esperanto.
Visit our online store to find something for yourself.
We also hold an annual conference
— the largest event for Esperanto speakers in this country.
Find out more on the conference's site.
It's written only in Esperanto.
and has been published since 1905.
They also receive our newsletter, Update.
So, you know what we do. But what else is there?
We're based in beautiful Barlaston, Staffordshire.
Our HQ is also home to our library, the Butler Library
which holds thousands of books and other artefacts spanning the more than a century of Esperanto literature.
We’re run by our trustees,
Meet the trustees.
and with the help of our volunteers.
So, now you've met us and seen what we do,
maybe you'd like to support us.
Click here to register a free account with us.
You can support our work by joining EAB for £25.