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SATEB (Workers’ Esperanto Movement) is the British affiliate of the non-nationalist world organisation SAT (Sennacieca Asocio Tutmonda) which is a worldwide worker movement active in socialist, peace, trade union, feminist and environmental issues.

SATEB organizes an annual residential weekend at The Wedgwood Memorial College, Barlaston, Stoke-on-Trent. The main feature of these meetings is the visit of Esperanto-speaking lecturers from abroad (e.g. from Cuba, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and other countries).

Members of SATEB receive the bilingual quarterly magazine La Verda Proleto.

Proposed suspension[edit]

At the 2007 annual meeting of SATEB, which seven people attended including the guest speaker, the committee proposed a motion to suspend activity of SATEB until there emerged sufficient people to perform its essential roles. However, after debate it was decided to continue at a minimal level of activity. (Source: La Brita Esperantisto, spring 2007 edition)

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