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APRIR (Asociación de Profesores de Inglés de Rosario) is a professional association, a non-governmental and non-profit organization, formed and administered by its members, who are all Teachers of English, graduates from state and private teacher training colleges and universities in Argentina.

APRIR was founded on September 4th, 1976 and celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2016.

It is an active member of FAAPI (Federación Argentina de Asociaciones de Profesores de Inglés).


Estatuto de la Asociación de Profesores de Inglés de Rosario (APRIR) – Asociación Civil con personería jurídica. Aprobado por Resolución Nº 221 de la Inspección General de Personas Jurídicas el 20 de marzo de 2017.

Our motto

Of Teachers. By Teachers. For Teachers.

Our objectives

a) To foster EFL Teacher development by working for the continuous professional improvement and growth of its members.

b) To encourage networking between Teachers of English and all institutions, national and foreign, who work for the spread of English and improvements in the field of ELT.

c) To advocate for legislation that regulates the teaching profession in the field of ELT.

d) To become a centre for ideas and opinions as well as a forum of debate in matters related to teaching as well as to the English language and its culture.

e) To promote feelings of friendship and solidarity among members.

Executive Committee 2022-2024

  • President: María del Carmen Bonilla
  • Vice-President: Marta Masía
  • Secretary: Mariel Amez
  • Under-Secretary: Andrea Monserrat
  • Treasurer: Carina Strappa
  • Under Treasurer: Ana Laura Martínez
  • Members: Verónica de la Encina – Ariel Olmedo – Valquiria Fazzi – Tamara Bustos – Julieta Parente
  • Trustees: Juana Nicenboim – María del Carmen Fernández – Mónica Pérez -Julieta de Zavalía – María Carla Abbati

Our logo

In this logo, the text and the icon are interdependent.
White and light blue evoke the Argentinian flag, while red and blue recall the flags of many English-speaking countries.
The circular shape and font symbolise the circle of life, the endless process of teaching and learning, of interaction and communication between members and the community.
The letter “A” represents us as Argentinian citizens and is also the initial letter of the name of our Association.

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