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1 Ung Folkmusikbro – Folk Summer School TNC-project between Finland and Sweden 1 Anna Pensar Co-ordinator of International Affairs LAG Aktion Ostrobothnia LAG YHYRES

2 TNC-project between Finland and Sweden Lead partner: Aktion Österbotten, Finland Partner: LAG Leader Hälsingebygden, Sweden Owner of the project: – Finlands svenska spelmansförbund rf, Finland – Studieförbundet Bilda Gävle-Dala, Sweden Second TNC-project in Finland during this period 2

3 LAG Aktion Österbotten r.f. Covers an area of 6750 km² with a rural population of inhabitants. The strategy of Aktion Österbotten focuses on vital villages with a wide supply of service and creative young entrepreneurs. The three main themes are vital villages, enterprising in Ostrobothnia and competent villages. 3

4 LAG Leader Hälsingebygden Covers an area of km² with a rural population of inhabitants. The strategy of Leader Hälsingebygden focuses in promoting entrepreneurship within tourism, added value on local products, nature and culture and also in local initiatives and cooperation. 4

5 5 Duration of the Project: 01/04/2010 – 31/03/2011 Objectives of the project:The main objectives for the project was to create new and interesting folk music activities to engage and stimulate young peoples interest and lead to further activities within the area of folk music, traditional and cultural heritage. Build a valuable network between young people and teachers with a common interest in folk music and cultural traditions. Applicants of the Project: - Finlands svenska spelmansförbund, which is an association for promoting Finland- Swedish folk music and traditions in Finland - The Study and Learning Association Bilda Gävle-Dala in Sweden Ung Folkmusikbro – Folk Summer School

6 Description of the Project Educational project Stimulate the interest of young people to continue playing folk music Dual actions; – Sommarlåtar – Folk Summer School Concerts and local folk music events Meeting points Exchange of thoughts and knowledge 6

7 Cost of the Project 70% public funding:EAFRD 45%8 319,15 euro State 35%6 470,45 euro Municipality 20%3 697,40 euro ____________________________________ Total:18 487,00 euro + 30% private funding:7 923,00 euro ____________________________________ Total:26 410,00 euro Cooperation agreement between partners included joint action with separate budgets 7

8 8 December 2009 Cooperation inquiry from Sweden Swedish initiator => Swedish NRN => Finnish NRN => Finnish LAGs Immediate action - responded directly to the Swedish initiator showing interest in the cooperation inquiry - the Swedish initiator welcomed the response confirming their interest for us as a partner Next step - Contacting and engaging of the intended project administator and other actors for a meeting in December Arrangements for the forthcoming visit by the Swedish delegation to visit Finland January 2010 Swedish delegation visited Finland -All partners were invited to a meeting where the project idea was presented by the Swedes During the process the communication was successful on several levels - LAG level - Project administrative level - LAG Project administrative level – project plans and budgets were benchmarked and streamlined Description of the Process

9 Project applications were submitted in both Finland and Sweden – Duration of the project: – Name of the project: Ung Folkmusikbro – Folk Summer School 2010 The board of the LAGs processed the application and granted funding – Aktion Ostrobothnia in March 2010 and Leader Hälsingebygden in May 2010 The project work could get started – Preparing of the joint actions (events in Finland and Sweden) and the local actions in both countries Letter of intent – The Swedish LAG proposed that the Finnish LAG would take the role of Leading Partner – Memorandum of understanding (Letter of intent) was signed on May 7th 2010 The project application (incl. Letter of intent) was submitted to the ELY Center (the regional administrative authority in Finland) – A steering group was set up 9

10 10 May 2010: the final decision from the administrative authority – ELY-centre in Finland - SFC-form to the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry in Finland and further on to the European Commission Joint action during summer and local action during fall and winter - The event Folk Summer School in Sweden - The event Sommarlåtar in Finland Budget, shared costs and distribution of expenses during travel - Both partners have separate budgets and have agreed that every partner will pay their own costs - In practise there was an binding admission fee to participate in the summer events (joint action) Transnational cooperation agreement was prepared during the summer Agreement signed in September 2010 by both LAGs and project applicants Description of the Process

11 Ung Folkmusikbro 2 Since Ung Folkmusikbro – Folk Summer School was very successful the project was further developed and continued TNC-project between two Finnish LAGs and one Swedish Lead Partner:Aktion Österbotten rf, Finland Partner:Leader Hälsingebygden, Sweden Co-partner:Pomoväst rf, Finland Duration of the project: 01/01/ /12/

12 Description of the Project A two-year-long educational project Ostrobothnia and Western Uusimaa TNC-project between Finlands svenska spelmansförbund and Bilda Gävle Dala in Sweden Folk Summer School in Hälsingland, Sweden during summer 2011 and 2012 Sommarlåtar will be held in Kronoby in Ostrobothnia 2011 and in Tenala in Western Uusimaa The main idea with these arrangements is to gather young folk musicians and give them the opportunity to play together with other young people and learn new songs from each others areas of origin. 12

13 Cost of the project 70% public funding=EAFRD 45%22 459,50 State 35%17 468,50 Municipality 20%9 982,00 ______________________________ Total:49 910, % private funding=21 390,00 ______________________________ Total:71 300,00 euro Cooperation agreement between partners included joint action with separate budgets. Between lead partner and co-partner there is an agreement of transmission of funding. 13

14 14 Outdoor jamming during Folk Summer School in Järvsö, Sweden, June 2010

15 15 Sommarlåtar in the woods of Oravais 2010

16 16 Outdoor concert in Järvsö, Sweden August 6th On stage young people from Finland, Sweden and England.

17 17 The audience

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19 Thank you for your kind attention! Anna Pensar Co-ordinator of International Affairs LAG Aktion Ostrobothnia LAG YHYRES 19


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