I've been a part of the board of TEJO during the last year, the umbrella organization that connects the worldwide Esperanto youth movement. That doesn't mean that is the only organization active in Esperanto, and each national organization has their own organizational structure.

Even though I've been in Esperantujo for a while, I still come across organizations and activists that I didn't know about before, like SAT. Even though I know about the biggest youth organization, maybe there are others that I have missed.

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    Hm, I'll try to clarify. I've been in Esperantujo for a few years now, but it took me a logn time until I learnt about for example SAT, eo.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sennacieca_Asocio_Tutmonda . So I'm wondering how many other organizations out there that I have missed. Commented Aug 30, 2019 at 13:31

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As mentioned in your question, TEJO is an umbrella organisation that connects with national youth organisations. Because of that they have a nice list of national youth organisations on their website which can be used as a starting point.

Some examples from that list that I know to be active are:

They produce a nice calendar every year.

They recently helped create an Esperanto word game app.

They organise a large event in the UK roughly once a year and often have smaller less formal events as well.

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