Learning about other cultures
Over 100 nations have Esperanto associations and smaller groups of speakers live in other countries.
This ethnically diverse, culturally aware, multilingual network provides excellent cross-cultural learning opportunities through books, web-sites, email, letters, CD's and magazines, both paper and on-line, in a full range of styles and subject matter.
A 'virtual school' been established http:// lps.uniroma3.it/kler by the International Esperanto Teacher's Association, in conjunction with UNICEF .The School being developed further by classes of children from every inhabited continent portraying their own culture in their country's 'classroom'.
The Esperanto culture itself is 100 years old. It involves being aware of national and religious differences and human similarities. It encourages friendliness, respect, confidence and fair dealing.