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Taking Action

Taking Action Section Overviews

1. Campaign Information
2. Form for Allowing your Support of the Idea to be Counted
3. Inviting Others to Visit our Site and Join the Campaign
4. Other Ways to Contribute (Suggestions, Discussions, Translating, etc.)

1. Campaign Information Pages

The centerpiece of this website is the "Pass it On" campaign. The idea is for each individual supporting the idea of a world auxiliary language to tell the idea to at least 2 others and to ask these people to do the same. In this way, the idea can spread very quickly.

If you are unclear about the concept of a world auxiliary language, please first visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

If you are unsure about the wisdom of our specific campaign strategy, feel free to visit our concerns page.

For those already supporting the campaign idea and who have already filled out our form (see #2 below), you may wish to view tips on better communicating this idea (with a checklist of information you can mention and reminders for taking all steps of action) and get advice on how to spread the idea more widely and quickly.

2. Form for Allowing your Support of the Idea to be Counted

If you have come to support the idea and wish to have your own information counted along with others in order to show the world and our leaders that there is growing support for this idea, please visit our form page. What information you give is up to you, but the more detailed you are, the more encouragement it should give to this website's participants by enabling us all to see how quickly the idea is spreading, where the idea is spreading and still needs to spread, etc. (though your name will not be displayed unless you opt for this) and should help contribute to convincing the government leaders to whom we eventually hope to submit our petition that we genuinely have found active supporters.

Remember, we CAN make a difference!

3. Pages for Inviting Others to Visit our Site and Join the Campaign

Once you yourself have registered, you may wish to inform your friends, family, co-workers, or others about the idea. If you wish to email them (probably most convenient for those who are on-line), you will be able to do so at our email invitation page. Also, you can print off a copy of a business card or brochure or petition. Lastly, you may visit our page to contact government leaders about your support for a world auxiliary language.

4. Other Ways to Contribute

Although your support in telling others by any of the above options would be more than sufficient, if you wish to contribute in other ways, there are a few possibilities. You can send suggestions to leaders, participate in discussions for advancing the campaign and better understanding the concept of a world auxiliary language, volunteer to help build this or a similar website in other languages, create your own newsletter, obtain or give professional/notable endorsements or works, or learn how to make a donation.

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