The UNESCOAssociated Schools Program (UNESCOASP) is an international collaborative network where more than 8000 schools around the world share the educational objectives and goals that are proposed by UNESCO.

The YoGoTe international signs have been present in this school network in several opportunities.

ASP-Spain

Spanish UNESCO Schools meeting in Bilbao, 2002

Triste, a song in Galician and Basque languages:

The General Assembly of the UNESCO Associated Schools of the Spanish State, held in Almeria in June 2004 adopted this resolution in relation to the project YoGoTe.

The blog of the Associated Schools from Spain presents the following information about the project YoGoTe.

ASP- Brazil

Brazilian UNESCO-Schools meeting in San Luis de Maranhão, 2001.

Presentation of the YoGoTe project with signs and music (13 de maio, a song by Caetano Veloso about freedom from slavery):

ASP-Cuba

Presentation of songs and poems with international signs at the IPVCE Ernesto Guevara Secondary school in Santa Clara, 2002:

Poems with signs, made by Cuban students at the same school, 2004:

Son Número 6 (afroamerican poem by Nicolás Guillén):

Other poems:

Mi Bandera:

Niño del Bosque:

ASP-Portugal

ESSB de Sá da Bandeira Secondary school in Santarem, 2008:

Mudam Os Tempos (Camões):

Other countries:

UNESCO-ASP Schools from other countries have also made activities with this project (in collaboration with the Language Clubs at the Pedra da Auga Secondary School in Ponteareas, Galice):

Senegal: Collège d´Enseignement Moyen de Ndoffanne, Kaolack (1999).

Japan: Hagoromo Gakuen High School, Osaka (2007).

Turkey: Bursa Anadolu Lisesi, Bursa (2011).

Net of Language Clubs

The experiences that have been made so far provide a basis to propose the building of a net where schools from different countries belonging to the UNESCO-ASP network could share the following project:

Every school (we will name its country as A) would create several Language Clubs where the students (and also teachers and parents) would begin to know some basic facts about a language of their choice (using the language lessons based on international signs as well as any other available materials) and the country where it is spoken (that we will name as B). Any school in this country B with a club interested in language A would provide the best language teachers for the members of the former, due to the fact that both clubs would be using the same lessons based on common international signs