The primary mission statement of the World Language Process is:
The primary philosophical goal of the World Language Process is a Universal World Language. As a stage towards that goal it supports the study of all concepts of a
AIL (Auxiliary International Language), or
IAL (International Auxiliary Language)
In the interim, the World Language Process, in addition to trying to raise that conciousness, is trying to identify concepts, experiments, and efforts that are directed towards or supportive and compatible with the goal. These it tries to support and learn from. It is hoped that at not some too far off future day there will be broader desire for this information.
The current secondary mission statement of the World Language Process is:
by increasing world literacy and communication through the ACCESS Project.
To obtain experience in the methodology of developing an IAL, the World Language Process has put extensive effort into the the development of the ACCESS System (Auxiliary Closed Captioned English with Simplified Spelling) and its ANJeL Tun as described below. However, it should be emphasized that the World Language Process is in NO way 'soley committed' to the ANJeL Tun and that it will willing, happily and cheerfully support instead any IAL that humanity may select.
However, in the interim, because of the popularity throughout the world of English as a secondary language we hope with the ACCESS System to provide economically deprived individuals in developing countries an opportunity to learn to speak English as a second language so that they may improve their economic situation.
What we hoped was a major step in this direction was funded by the Canadian Government to develop a presentation for a proposal to the Humanistic Olympics Conference in Beijing in 2005 to use the ACCESS System to teach ten million guides and support personnel in China in preparation for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. The proposal was accepted - but unfortunately while we were airborne flying across the ocean to return to Canada the Canadian government changed and we were not even able to gain access to a Minister to present our request for the required quite minmal funds to complete the project.
The World Language Process is a non-profit organization with Chancellors in over 30 countries and hundreds of volunteers throughout the world. Its members are dedicated to furthering world peace through education, literacy and world understanding.
The World Language Process is neither officially or unofficially associated with any religious or political organization of any kind and has no hidden agenda. It is a program of the UNKOMMON (UNiversala KOMmunikado por la MONdo- Esperanto for "Universal Communication for the World") Foundation, incorporated in 1984 as a Canadian Federally incorporated non-profit foundation dedicated to supporting attempts towards a universal auxiliary language. The World Language Process is also a project of the IAEWP (International Association of Educators for World Peace) which has been an NGO to the United Nations since 1973 and UNESCO since 1975.