The International Language Esperanto is regular and relatively easy to learn, is currently in use by a worldwide community and is employed in world travel, correspondence, cultural exchange, conventions, literature, language instruction, radio broadcasting, and on the internet.
Esperanto already serves as a common auxiliary language, fostering effective and fair international communication.
The “Universala Esperanto-Asocio” supports linguistic diversity, democracy, human emancipation, and a global culture for peace.
Because Esperanto contributes to education for international understanding, and because understanding is essential for peace, I wish to nominate the “Universala Esperanto-Asocio” for the Nobel Peace Prize 2010
To be sent to:
Nobel Peace Prize Nomination
The Norwegian Nobel Institute
Henrik Ibsen gate 51
Telephone: 00 47 2212 9300
Fax: 00 47 2212 9310
Other MPs can also use the above text to add their name by sending on House of Commons notepaper.