Hellenic Society for Terminology (ELETO)
The Hellenic Society for Terminology (ELETO) is a scientific association established and operating under the law of the Hellenic Republic, having been recognized as a non-profit scientific association (Athens' Court Decision No 2617/1992). ELETO's objectives are:
ELETO's objectives are:
1. To study, coordinate, process, promote, collect, systematize, disseminate, validate and develop by any means the Greek terminology and terminological research.
2. To contribute to the continuous and symmetric development of the Greek language in order to cover the multi-faceted and imperative contemporary needs, and
3. To emphasize the fundamental role of the Greek language both as a valuable source and as a tool for the international terminological background, and promote this role in order to cover current and future needs of the international terminology.
There are five categories of members in ELETO: full members, associate members, collective members, honorary members, and sponsoring members.
Updated information about ELETO can be found on its website