The Ten Objectives of the Society

  1. To encourage and foster the advancement of international understanding, better human relations, friendship, good will, and peace through a world fellowship of men and women of good will.
  2. To honor and respect the law, to serve humanity, and to uphold worthy ideals and institutions of one’s country.
  3. To work for international accord and support the cause of international cooperation.
  4. To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.
  5. To promote higher ethical standards in business, industry, the professions, the public sector, and private endeavors.
  6. To promote the peace, welfare, and security of humankind through education and to generate friendship, understanding, and good will among the peoples of the world.
  7. To encourage its members to make education a never-ending process of cultivation of one’s intellectual resources.
  8. To promote the teaching and learning of Esperanto, the most widely used auxiliary language for international communication, and to collaborate with national and international Esperanto associations.
  9. To cooperate with other organizations whose goals and purposes are compatible with this Society and which contribute to good human relations and world peace.
  10. To accomplish the purposes of this Society, members are encouraged to meet as often as possible for fellowship and to acquire a broader knowledge of national and international affairs and community needs, thus becoming better prepared to solve common problems.