Esperanto Youth Week

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Esperanto Youth Week (Esperanto: Junulara E-Semajno, JES) is one of the most important Esperanto youth meetings in the world.[vague] It is organised by the German Esperanto Youth (GEJ) and the Polish Esperanto Youth (PEJ) at the end of every year in a different city of central Europe, starting 2009-10.

The meeting is taking the place of the former Internacia Seminario and Ago-Semajno, two Esperanto gatherings aimed at youth which had been overlapping since the beginning of the 2000s (decade); the former was organized by GEJ alone, while the latter was organized by the Polish Esperanto Youth and Varsovia Vento.

List of weeks[edit]

Number Dates City Country
11 27 December 2019-3 January 2020 Karłów  Poland
10 28 December 2018-4 January 2019 Storkow  Germany
9 26 December 2017-2 January 2018 Szczecin  Poland
8[1] 28 December 2016-4 January 2017 Langwedel  Germany
7[2] 27 December 2015-3 January 2016 Eger  Hungary
6[3] 28 December 2014-4 January 2015 Weißwasser  Germany
5[4] 28 December 2013-4 January 2014 Szczawno-Zdrój  Poland
4[5] 28 December 2012-4 January 2013 Naumburg  Germany
3[6] 27 December 2011-1 January 2012 Gdańsk  Poland
2[7] 27 December 2010-2 January 2011 Burg  Germany
1[8] 26 December 2009-3 January 2010 Zakopane  Poland

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