Under Construction-feedback welcome.
I am looking for the right headline/titleline for a single mailing to all my non-esperanto-speaking friends and contacts.
In the long run it must be more individual for convincing sceptical intellectuals and dignitaries that Esperanto is the right answer for an eternal problem.
Here's some ideas.
Nobel Prize for Esperanto?/Google Celebrates.
Nobel P & Esperanto/Google Celebrates
Nob. Peace Prize/Esperanto/Google Campaign for Esperanto
Nobel Peace/Esperanto/Google Doodle for Esperanto
I would like to include the number of Esperanto speakers/advocates who have received a Nobel Prize and some details on the 3 nominations of Esperanto/UEA for the Noble Peace Prize by Polish, Swiss and British parliamentarians. Brian Barkers blog www.Esperantolobby@wordpress.org
seems to be a good source. I shall search wikipedia (the English and Esperanto versions) for the missing information.
Ten British MPs have nominated the World Esperanto Association for the Nobel Peace Prize 2010.
They include Charles Kennedy, the former Leader of the Liberal Democrats.
All MPs have confirmed, in writing, to the Esperanto Lobby, that they have nominated Esperanto for the Peace Prize. The list is as follows:
•Lord Robin Corbett, Labour
•Bill Etherington, Labour
•Roger Gale, Conservative
•Oliver Heald, Conservative
•Sadiq Khan, Labour
•Charles Kennedy, Liberal Democrat
•Lord Bob Maclennan, Liberal Democrat
•Rob Marris, Labour
•Austin Mitchell, Labour
•Andrew Smith, Labour
As a short followup I'd like to add the results of the Google Doodle, last December 15th, 2009. Several million people read about Esperanto or Zamenhof in the following days, in several languages.
The well-known Japanese Esperantist, Etsuo Miyoshi, expanded on Esperantists who recieved a Nobel Prize at
- ► 2013 (29)
- ► 2012 (21)
- ► 2011 (11)
- ▼ October (2)
- ► 2009 (21)