The Dnghu Group is a European non-profit organization whose mission is
to promote the Europaio language and culture. Its primary concerns today are
developing the language to bring it to its full potential and
teaching Europaio as a second language in the EU. Our long-term objective
is the adoption of Europaio by the Union as its main official language.
Founded in 2005 by Carlos Quiles as the Dnghu Group, it is currently
reviewing its original aim, of merely promoting the language among experts,
to become the generally accepted language regulator within a European-lead private,
independent framework, the Dnghu Foundation. It is provisionally headquartered
in Badajoz, a Spanish town near the Portuguese border.
The Dnghu Group is financed by a private Spanish education institution,
Biblos, and its work is supported by Extremadura University professors. The regional
Government of Extremadura is currently studying if they should fund Dnghu and its
Europaio-based projects. A provisional decision is due to be made before
The Dnghu Foundation will provide organizational, legal, and financial support
for a broad range of Europaio-based projects. The Foundation will provide
a framework for intellectual property and financial contributions that
simultaneously limits contributors potential legal exposure. Through a
collaborative and decentralized development process, Dnghu projects will deliver
freely available works under pragmatic licenses which make it easy for
all users, commercial and individuals, to further develop and participate
in Europaio projects.