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Dnghu and Indo-European language revival

01/5/2007

The Dnghu ('Language') Association is an international, non-profit organization located in Europe, whose main mission is to promote the Indo-European language and culture. Its primary concerns today are developing the Modern Indo-European Grammatical System, to bring the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European language to its full potential, and teaching it as a second language for all European Union citizens. Our long-term objectives are the adoption of Modern Indo-European by the European Union as its main official language, as well as the use of Indo-European as the main international auxiliary language, to overcome present-day communication barriers, derived from the cultural implications that arise from the use of English as lingua franca.


Indo-European language revival history


Having begun in 2004 as a personal project, it wasw founded in 2005 as the Dnghu Group. It is currently reviewing its original aim, of merely promoting the language among university experts, to become the generally accepted language regulator within a European-lead private, independent framework, the Dnghu Association. It is provisionally headquartered in Badajoz, a Spanish town near the Portuguese border, where the scientific and economic departments of the UEx are located.


A legal framework for language revival


The Dnghu Association is financed by a private Spanish education company, Biblos, and its work is supported by Extremadura University professors. The regional Government of Extremadura and other public economic agents have also supported the Dnghu projects' present and future implementation.


The Dnghu Association will provide organizational, legal, and financial support for a broad range of projects based on the Indo-European language. The Association 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 our projects.


You can take a look at the current provisional Board of Trustees, and also read online the Statute of Dnghu of the Spanish Asociación Cultural Dnghu (NIF G06508451), from which we are currently working.



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