Informačny portal medžuslovjanskogo jezyka - Portal concerning the Interslavic language

Interslavic zonal constructed language is an auxiliary language, which looks very similar to real spoken Slavic languages in Central and Eastern Europe and continues the tradition of the Old Church Slavonic language. Interslavic shares grammar and common vocabulary with modern spoken Slavic languages in order to build a universal language tool that Slavic people can understand without any or with very minimal prior learning. It is an easily-learned language for those who want to use this language actively. Interslavic enables passive (e.g. receptive) understanding of the real Slavic languages. Non-Slavic people can use this language as the door to the big Slavic world.

Zonal constructed languages are constructed languages made to facilitate communication between speakers of a certain group of closely related languages. They belong to the international auxiliary languages, but unlike languages like Esperanto and Volapük they are not intended to serve for the whole world, but merely for a limited linguistic or geographic area where they take advantage of the fact that the people of this area understand these languages without having to learn them in a difficult way. Zonal languages include the ancient Sanskirt, Old Church Slavonic, and Lingua Franca. Zonal design can be partially found also in modern languages such as contemporary Hebrew, Indonesian, and Swahili.

CISLa - Conference on Interslavic Language

CISLa (Conference on InterSlavic Language) jest medžunarodno zasědanje ljudij, ktori uže mnogo lět sorabotajut na Internetu. Smyslom konferencije jest strětiti jedin drugogo, bezposrědny obměn pogledov, vzajemna inspiracija, i glubočejša sorabota do dalečejšego razvitja našego občego interesa, ktorymi sut skonstruovane jezyky, vključajuč možnost jihnogo širjenja do praxi. Cělju CISLa jest otvoriti prostor do besedy na izraženja inovativnyh mněnj do medžunarodnoj komunikacije slovjanskyh narodov v uslovjah modernogo globalizirovanogo světa. Besedujemo slědujuče prědměty: Jezyčne problemy v gradžanskoj participaciji, e-demokraciju, prěvod znalostij, komunikačne udobnomožnosti do specifičnyh oblastij ekonomije različnyh držav, kako napr. turistika i digitalna ekonomija, i možnosti podpora koriščenja skonstruovanyh jezykov za pobudženje razvitja europskoj identičnosti i solidarity.

CISLa (Conference on InterSlavic Language) is the international meeting of people who for many years collaborate on the Internet. The purpose of the conference is to meet each other, direct exchange of views, mutual inspiration, and deepen cooperation to further development of our common interest, which is constructed languages, including the possibility of their spreading into practice. The aim of CISLa is to open a discussion space to express an innovative opinion on international communications of Slavic peoples in conditions of the modern globalized world. We discuss the following topics: Language problems of civic participation, e-democracy, knowledge transfer, communication opportunities in specific sectors of the economy of individual states, such as tourism and digital economy, and ways to promote the use of constructed languages to encourage the development of the common European identity and solidarity.

Medžuslovjansky časopis - SLOVJANI.info - Interslavic journal

SLOVJANI.info jest profesionalny medžuslovjansky časopis naměreny do pytanj slovjanskyh narodov v širšem socio-kulturnom kontekstu sejčasnogo vrěmene. Časopis poddrživaje prinos slovjanskoj nauky i kultury do razvitja modernoj civilizaciji. Časopis SLOVJANI.info ISSN 2570-7108 (print) ISSN 2570-7116 (on-line) jest vključen do databazy CEEOL, i imaje neodvisny dvojno-slěpy proces prěgedanja. Časopis opublikuje toliko teksty, ktore držet trěbovanja ustavjene od redakcije. Recenzenti sut različni eksperti najmě iz oblasti humanitnyh nauk, sociologije, archeologije, lingvistiky, ili kultury i umětnosti, ale takože iz oblasti prirodnyh i techničskyh nauk.

SLOVJANI.info (in English: the SLAVS) is an Interslavic expert journal focusing on issues of Slavic peoples in the wider sociocultural context of current times. The journal supports the contribution of Slavic science and culture to the development of modern civilization. The journal SLOVJANI.info ISSN 2570-7108 (print) ISSN 2570-7116 (on-line) is included in the CEEOL database, and has the double-blind peer independent review proces. The journal publishes only such texts that meet both content and formal requirements set by the editorial board. Reviewers are various international experts especially in humanities, social sciences, archaeology, linguistics, or culture and art.

Češsko družstvo Slovjanska unija - Czech association Slavic Union

SLOVJANSKA UNIJA (SLOVJANSKY SOVEZ) naleži do najstarših slovjanskyh družstev Češskoj republiky. Družstvo bylo osnovano lětom 1992 i svoju tradiciju vede od Prvogo slovjanskogo sjezda lětom 1848 v Pragě. Unija jest dobrovolno i nepolitično zapisano družstvo sodržajuče svoje členy na bazě společnogo interesa. Družstvo jest samostojno juridično lico IČ 481 33 396, ktoro jest aktivno na teritoriji Češskoj republiky pod češskym zakonodateljstvom. U kulturnoj agentury Europskoj komisije EACEA jest registrovano pod partnerskym kodom 923564549 i jest kontaktnym licom za Češsku republiku u Medžunarodnoj ustanovy Forum slovjanskyh kultur sěduče v Ljubljaně, Slovenija.

SLAVIC UNION belongs to the oldest Slavic societies operating in the Czech Republic. It was founded in 1992 and derives its tradition from the first Slavic Congress in 1848 in Prague. It is a voluntary, independent, and non-political association uniting its registered members on the basis of their common interest. It is a separate legal entity #48133396 and operates in the Czech Republic under the Czech law. At the European executive agency EACEA, it is registered under participant identity code (PIC) #923564549 and is the contact subject for the Czech Republic at the international Foundation Forum of Slavic Cultures, based in Ljubljana.

Projekt medžuslovjanskogo jezyka

Zonalne konstruovane jezyky sut jezyky dělane do umožnjenja komunikacije medžu govornikami iz někakoj grupy sobě blizkyh narodnyh jezykov. Oni sut podgrupoju medžunarodnyh pomočnyh jezykov, ktore ne sut prioritetno prěznačene služiti kako jezyky do vsego světa, ale toliko do někakoj lingvistično ili geografično limitovanoj oblasti. Množinstvo v tutoj kategoriji sut pomočne medžuslovjanske jezyky, ale prvy taky zonalny jezyk pravděpodobno byl staroindijsky sanskrt. Najstarši znajemy priměr vseslovjanskogo jezyka jest Ruski jezik od hrvatskogo duhovnika Juraja Križanića (1618 - 1683), ale prvy literarny slověnsky jezyk dělany od svetyh Cirila i Methodija v 9-om stolětju takože imaje črty zonalnogo konstruovanogo jezyka. V sumě v tečenju od 17-ogo do 21-ogo stolětja bylo izrabotano vyše od 50 takyh pomočnyh slovjanskyh jezykov. Zonalne konstruovane jezyky voobče imajut veliku prědnost v tom, že jim ljudi iz danoj grupy razumějut bez velikogo učenja. Dokazom tutogo tvrdženja, medžu mnogo drugymi, jest text na tutyh webovyh stranicah, ktore sut pisane v medžuslovjanskom zonalnom jezyku.

Medžuslovjansky jezyk byl stvorjeny od kolektiva avtorov na osnově dvoh starših projektov Slovianski iz 2006 g. i Novoslověnsky iz 2009 g. Medžuslovjansky jezyk jest na samoj srědině živyh slovjanskyh jezykov, ktoroj vsi Slovjani razumějut bez nikakogo prědhodnogo učenja i mogut koristiti poslě minimalnogo učenja.

Interslavic language project

Zonal constructed languages are made to facilitate communication between speakers of a particular group of closely related national languages. They are a subgroup of the international auxiliary languages, but they are not preferably intended to serve for the whole world, but merely for some limited linguistic or geographic area only. Most numerous within this category by far are auxiliary inter-Slavic languages, but the first zonal conlang probably was the old-indian Sanskrit. The oldest known example is Ruski jezik by the Croatian priest Juraj Križanić (1618 - 1683), but the first literary Slavic language named Old (Church) Slavonic made by Saints Cyril and Methodius from Salonica in the 9th century also has features of a zonal constructed language. In total during 16th to 21st century, it was developed more than 50 such auxiliary Slavic languages. Zonal constructed languages, in general, have a great advantage, because people of an appropriate group understand them without the large learning. Proof of this claim, among many other things, is the content of these webpages, which are written in Interslavic zonal language.

The Interslavic language has been created by an author group on the basis of older projects: Slovianski from 2006 and Neoslavonic from 2009. The Interslavic language is at the very centre of the modern Slavic languages which all Slavs can understand without any prior study and use after some minimal learning only.