The Dnghu Group, the Europaio Open Source projects and the Europaiom
Consortium form together what is called the Dnghu Network.
While Dnghu provides organizational, legal, and financial support for all
projects within the Network framework, Europaio and Europaiom form
substantially independent organizations.
Dnghu's main aim is the promotion of the European culture and languages.
Europe's Indo-European heritage and especially the modern Europaio language
are promoted within the EU but also outside its frontiers.
The Dnghu Foundation long-term objective is to become the reference Institution for
Europaio-related matters, such as its officiality, teaching and learning,
knowledge certification, etc.
Europaiom is a Consortium of public and private institutions, whose experts
interact to further develop the Europaio potential as the EU main official language and,
consequently, the world's future lingua franca. Its aim is to become the generally
accepted Europaio language regulator, by releasing official decisions and recommendations.
The Europaio 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 free learning products, such as dictionaries, grammars,
translations, news, etc.