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The National Sections play an important role in TEJO. The committee of TEJO, for example, consists of delegates from these National Sections and they, together with other delegates, decide the course of TEJO.

We are always pleased to welcome new National Sections (which is usually the case that each Country is entitled to one National Section). There are a few criteria for the application of new National Sections: with reference to the Regulations of TEJO (available only in Esperanto), Chapter 2 – Statute, Article 8 – National Sections:

  1. it unites young Esperantists within national boundaries;
  2. it supports the goals of TEJO;
  3. it can be either a separate or integrate part of a national association registered with the UEA;
  4. it is organised according to the law of the country concerned;
  5. its membership is open to all without limitations of nationality, race, gender, sexual orientation and expression, disabilities, religion, political affiliations, social background or language;
  6. membership in it is without coercion; and
  7. it is democratically led.

If you wish to find a new National Section, or if you are the new leader of a National Section, please read the tasks and responsibilities for the leaders of National Sections (only available in Esperanto).

Country National Section in Esperanto (abbreviated) Activity
Argentina Juna Esperantistaro Argentina (JEA)  
Austria Aŭstria Esperanto Junularo (AEJ)  
Benin Benina Organizo de Junaj Esperantistoj (BOJE)  
Brazil Brazila Esperantista Junulara Organizo (BEJO)  
Britain Junularo Esperantista Brita (JEB)  
Bulgaria Bulgara Esperanto-Junularo (BEJ)  
Burundi Junulara Esperantista Burunda Organizo (JEBUO)  
Czech Republic Ĉeĥa Esperanto-Junularo (ĈEJ)  
China Ĉina Junulara Esperanto-Asocio (ĈJEA)  
Denmark Dana Esperanta Junulara Organizo (DEJO)  
Philippines Filipina Esperanto-Junularo (FEJ)  
Finland Finnlanda Esperantista Junulara Organizo (FEJO)  
France Junulara Esperantista Franca Organizo (JEFO)  
Germany Germana Esperanto-Junularo (GEJ)  
Greece Junulara Sekcio de HEA  
Haiti Haita Esperanto Junulara Asocio  
Spain Hispana Esperantista Junulara Societo (HEJS)  
-Catalonia Kataluna Esperanto-Junularo (KEJ)  
Honkong Honkonga Junulara Esperanto-Asocio  
Hungary Hungara Esperanto-Junularo (HEJ)  
Iran Irana Esperantista Junulara Organizo (IREJO)  
Indonesia Indonezia Esperantista Junulara Organizo  
Israel Junulara Esperanto-Ligo en Israelo (JELI)  
Italy Itala Esperantista Junularo (IEJ)  
Japan Japana Esperanto-Junularo (JEJ)  
Canada Junularo Esperantista Kanada (JEK)  
Quebec Kebekia Esperantista Junulara Organizo  
Colombia KolombEJO  
Congo (Dem. Rep.) Demokratia Kongolanda E-ista Junulara Organizo  
Korea, Rep. Korea Esperanto-Junularo (KEJ)  
Croatia Kroatia Esperanto-Junulara Asocio (KEJA)  
Cuba Junulara sekcio de KEA (JSK)  
Latvia Litova Esperantista Junulara Ligo (LEJL)  
Madagascar Junulara Esperantista Organizo de Madagaskaro (JEOM)  
Mexico Meksika Esperanto-Junularo (MEJ)  
The Netherlands Nederlanda Esperanto-Junularo (NEJ)  
Nepal Nepala Esperanto-Junulara Organizo (NEJO)  
Norway Norvega Junularo Esperantista (NJE)  
Poland Pola Esperanto-Junularo (PEJ)  
Portugal Portugala Esperanto-Junularo (PEJ)  
Romania Rumana Esperantista Junulara Asocio (RumEJA)  
Russia Rusia Esperantista Junulara Movado (REJM)  
Serbia Serbia Esperanto-Junulara Organizo (SerbEJO)  
Slovakia Slovakia Esperanta Junularo (SKEJ)  
Sweden Sveda Esperantista Junulara Unuiĝo (SEJU)  
Tanzania Junulara Esperantista de Tanzanio Organizo  
Togoland Junulara Organizo de Togolandaj Esperantistoj (JOTE)  
Ukraine Ukrainio Ligo Esperantista Junulara (ULEJ)  
USA Usona Esperantista Junularo (USEJ)  
Vietnam Vjetnama Esperanto-Junularo (VEJO)