Institutional
Teachers for Peace

Teachers for Peace

The international signs have been presented in several occasions at international Teachers For Peace (TFP) Conferences, with the support and collaboration of the Galician Education for Peace Organization, SGEP. Galice, Spain, 1994 The international signs were presented at a workshop that took place at the First European TFP Conference that was held in July 1994,...
Intercontinental collaboration

Intercontinental collaboration

The presentation of the project at the European Commission for Multilingualism, the Latin-American Parliament and the Pan-African Parliament has opened the possibility to propose the use of the international signs for collaboration projects among different parts of the world. The proposals can be graded in the following levels: – Local level: Fostering pre-school literacy in...
Presentation to the European Commissioner for Multilingualism

Presentation to the European Commissioner for Multilingualism

On the occasion of the institutional visit of the European Commissioner of Multilingualism, Mr. Leonard Orban, to Galicia, the 24 of April of 2009, it was made a presentation of the project of multilingualism with international gestures, YoGoTe, in the Faculty of Audio-visual Communication of the University of Santiago de Compostela, with the participation of...
Presentation to the Parlatino and Pan-African Parliaments

Presentation to the Parlatino and Pan-African Parliaments

The YoGoTe project has been presented in several ocassions to the Parlatino Commission for Education. Havana, Cuba, in July 2002 The Commission approved to support the proposal of elaboration of a poetic anthology for the education in values with international gestures, as well as to insist on the Parliaments that are member of the Parlatino,...
The International Signs and UNESCO

The International Signs and UNESCO

The international signs and the YoGoTe project have been presented in several ocassions to UNESCO in relation with certain projects and activities. International Year of Languages 2008 The YoGoTe project has been included as one of the activities for this program. Manifesto 2000 The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed the year 2000 as the...
YoGoTe

YoGoTe

The name YoGoTe is made by three syllables that have the following meaning in Japanese: Yo (world), Go (language), Te (hands) 世      语      手 These syllables can be written in characters that are common to Japanese and Chinese, reinforcing the international essence of the project. You can see HERE an animation explaining it. The YoGoTe...