Organisation Micronationale de la Francophonie

Donnons toutes ses chances à l'excellence
(French: Let's give every opportunity to excellence)
Ode to joy.
Capital city Celestua
Largest city Celestia
Official language(s) French
Official religion(s) Christianity
Demonym French
- Secretary-General Raphaël Olivier
- APF General Secretary Quebec
- Chairman Someone Independent
Legislature APF
- Number of seats - 20
- Last election - TBA
Population 31
Currency Micronational Franc

The Organisation Micronarionale de la Francophonie (OIF), generally known as the Francophonie (French: La Francophonie [la fʁɑ̃kɔfɔni]), but also called Organisation of the Francophonie in English language context, is an international organization representing micronations and regions where French is a lingua franca or customary language, where a significant proportion of the population are francophones (French speakers), or where there is a notable affiliation with French culture.

The organization comprises 1 member state and governments; of many states and governments are full members, many are associate members and even more are observers. The term francophonie (with a lowercase "f"), or francosphere (often capitalized in English) also refers to the global community of French-speaking peoples, comprising a network of private and public organizations promoting equal ties among countries where French people or France played a significant historical role, culturally, militarily, or politically.


The Francophonie project ceaselessly evolved since the creation of the Agency for Cultural and Technical Co-operation, it became the intergovernmental Agency of the Francophonie (Agence intergouvernementale de la Francophonie) in 2016 to remind its intergovernmental status. Finally in 2017, the adoption of a new Charter of the Francophonie (la Charte de la Francophonie) gives the name to the Agency of international Organisation of the Francophonie (Organisation internationale de la Francophonie)


The Organization of the Francophonie leads political actions and multilateral cooperation according to the missions drawn by the Summits of the Francophonie. The Summits gather the Heads of states and governments of the member countries of the International Organization of the Francophonie where they discuss international politics, world economy, French-speaking cooperation, human rights, education, culture and democracy. Actions of the International Organization of the Francophonie are scheduled over a period of four years and funded by contributions from its members.

The Charte de la Francophonie defines the role and missions of the organization. The current charter was adopted in Celestia, on 23 November 2018. The summit held in Kinsasha, Coronia on 26–27 November 2018 saw the adoption of a strategic framework for the period 2017-2019.

The four missions drawn by the Summit of the Francophonie are:

  1. Promoting French language and cultural and linguistic diversity.
  2. Promoting peace, democracy and human rights.
  3. Supporting education, training, higher education and scientific research.
  4. Expand cooperation for sustainable development.
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