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The Indo-European language Network


The Dnghu Organizations, the Indo-European language corporations and the Europaiom Consortium form together what is called Dnghu's Indo-European Language Network. While Dnghu seeks to provide organizational, legal, and financial support for all projects within the Network framework, Europaio/Sindhueuropaiom and Europaiom form substantially independent organizations.

Proto-Indo-European Language Revival Organizations:

The Indo-European Language Revival Association or Dnghu Adsoqiation's main aim is the promotion of Indo-European culture and languages. Europe's Indo-European heritage and especially the Modern Indo-European language system (MIE) are promoted within the EU but also outside its frontiers. The Dnghu Association long-term objective is to become the reference Institution for MIE-related matters, such as its officiality, teaching and learning, knowledge certification, etc.

Instead of a single, universal organization, time has shown that local, regional and national organizations work better for the promotion of the language revival. Dnghu's objective is to be able to unite efforts and facilitate the work of European and international organizations that share our aims.

Type of Membership (All Free of Charge):

Dnghu Associations are the most restrictive type of IE corporations. They are created and managed under the direct supervision of the International Dnghu Board, and its work and membership is monitored from its headquarters. On the other hand, this type of organization is entitled to participate in Modern Indo-European grammar discussions, they elect and are eligible for the Dnghu Board, and may use freely the names and trademarks of Dnghu. For example, the "Asociación Dnghu", is a Spanish Association incorporated as a Dnghu Association for Spain, but other associations may be created, as e.g. a Regional Association of the Basque Country or a Local Association of Barcelona.

Dnghu Federates are Associations or Foundations (i.e. not-for-profit organizations) directly related to the Proto-Indo-European language revival, to the study of the Proto-Indo-European language, and even to other related subjects, such as the learning or study of Indo-European or European languages, linguistics, etc. They are independent organizations, but work officially as Dnghu's Federates, provided that they have submitted a previous request of membership, which must be approved by the Dnghu Board. They may participate on MIE discussions, but have no vote; they do not elect but their members are eligible for the Dnghu Board, and may use the names and trademarks of Dnghu under supervision.

Dnghu Associates are the most independent type of organizations. All type of corporations, whether public or private, have the right to be an associate, provided that they submit a previous request for Simple Associates, and that it is approved. They may not participate on MIE discussions, and neither elect nor be eligible for the Dnghu Board, and may only use Dnghu's names and trademarks exclusively for promotion of Dnghu's events and works.

Other Indo-European language Projects within the Network:

Europaiom is a Consortium of public and private institutions, whose experts interact to further develop Indo-European language potential as the main official language within the EU and, consequently, the world's future lingua franca. Its aim is to become the generally accepted Modern Indo-European regulator, by releasing official decisions and recommendations, and a reference institution in research on Proto-Indo-European and Indo-European languages.

The Europaio/Sindhueuropaiom projects conform Dnghu's cutting edge development. They are publicly accessible, and everyone should be able to participate. They should be meritocracy-lead, and public collaboration and Open Source licences are musts. The Europaio projects are due to serve as primary source for Indo-European free learning products, such as dictionaries, grammars, translations, news, etc.

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