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‘Colleagues, what are our next steps?’. Where did we start in 2008? 25% write-off debtors/ in 2011 zero Threat of need to pay back ESLN 16,000 euro Static.

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1 ‘Colleagues, what are our next steps?’

2 Where did we start in 2008? 25% write-off debtors/ in 2011 zero Threat of need to pay back ESLN 16,000 euro Static website, not very well used No involvement in EC programs Financial situation was unclear Continual doubts about membership added value Ratio: Organization/Working plan was 80/20 Yearly budget was € 59,000 now € 94,000 (2011)

3 What did we do? With help of Bertus addressed the financial base of ESHA Started a new secretariat with help of Ellen Reduced office costs from € 29,000 to € 12,000 Utilised Skype technology to reduce travel cost Resolved the ESLN problems, gaining € 5000 Started the ESHA magazine Re-shaped the ESHA website Revised strategy to gain greater access to EC programs Became a member of EUCIS-LLL civil society platform Accessed Brussels, despite bureaucracy barriers Supported 7 successful regional conferences Increasingly involved as partner in EC programs ESHA Conference in Limassol in 2010 Change legal base from an Foundation to Association

4 What is the financial picture? Budget59,500 Operational costs28,250 Working plan30,000 Balance88,040 Bank account52,477 Budget141,200 Operational costs47,000 Working plan65,000 Balance94,934 Bank account85,444

5 And, our relationship with Brussels? We’re now a member of EUCISS-LL We’ve spoken with the Education and Culture Commissioner, Androuilla Vassillou We’re increasingly involved in work platforms We’re involved in numerous LLL programs

6 What are our publications? The ESHA magazine ( started March 2010) now > 20,000 subscribers The ESHA website (started March 2011) - interactive - communities - video - static info (must now increase) - support dissemination activities for EC programs

7 What is the level of office work? Currently working with 12 LLL program bids (time consuming) Financial administration workload Minutes, agenda and coordinating activities Preparations for ESHA Board and GA meetings Support for Regional conferences and Bi-ennial Website management Magazine management Writing and preparing proposals for EC programs and managing the outcomes

8 Who does what? Ellen de Jong: all administrative tasks, organizing tasks GA and Board Fred Verboon: website, support for LLL programs, advice and coordination Bertus Bos: financial tasks Ton Duif: central management of all contacts on EC programs, EC connection, magazine, website, representation of ESHA at conferences, preparation of the GA and Board Meetings

9 Who does what (2) Chris Harrison: EC contacts, EUCIS board, support on EC programs, representation of ESHA, board tasks, advice Clive Byrne: representation in LLL-Wings project, board tasks, advice Roy Tedscoe: Editor ESHA magazine Jukka: finance domain until 2011, pedagogic domain and research membership Solveig: Secretary General, representation

10 Remind me, who are the ESHA Board? Ton Duif Chris Harrison Clive Byrne Jukka Kuittinen Solveig Dahl

11 Our current and future work programs? The website The magazine Support for Board and General Assembly Granted EC programs: - LLL-Wings - Policy Network - Flighhigh - Goete project Not yet granted EC programs: - Iquana - Innovative Labs of Learning - Aeronautics - Entrepeneurial Leadership - Einstein - Dedalus - ClemVit Future commitment: Representation of ESHA Brussels meetings International Network

12 What is the time commitment? Ton Duifin 2011> 250 hours Chris Harrison in 2011 >195 hours Clive Byrne in 2011 Jukka Kuittinen in 2011 Solveig Dahl in 2011 Fred Verboon in 2011 >500 hours

13 The new ESHA office Physical Office Utrecht ESHA address Finance Administration Management Board Meetings ICT facilities The Virtual ESHA office

14 What is the virtual ESHA office concept? Associations can apply for (paid) tasks These are office-associated associations EC programs, magazine or website contribution Work to a contract base Money to the associations People involved in a contract are ESHA staff ‘employees’

15 And, how is it paid? - money from EC programs (1/2 = 100,000 ay) - money out of ESHA pocket - money from sponsorship and advertising - any other income sources


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