Public Sector and NGOs – Critical
Partnership for People’s Welfare
Mr Mika Pyykkö
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Structure of the Presentation
• About Finland
• RAY in general
• Funding activities
• Challenges and possibilities
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About Finland
• Officially the Republic of Finland
• Population 5,4 million
• 80 % live in cities or densely built-up area etc.
20 % live in countryside, rural areas etc.
• Education: ca. 33 % of Finns has
a academic degree
• 6 Regional State Administrative Agencies (AVI)
• 336 municipalities
• Ca. 130.000 registered association,
for which ca. 8 000 operates on the field
of social affairs and health
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RAY in General
• An organization governed by public law, its neither a private
enterprise nor a private association
• Established in 1938 to raise funds through gaming operations to
support the work of Finnish health and welfare organizations
• 94 non-profit organizations in the health and welfare fields are
members of RAY
• Decision-making
• General Meeting (all the member organizations)
• Board of Administration
• 7 representatives appointed by the Finnish Government
• 7 representatives selected by the General Meeting
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The operations are governed by laws and decrees
Lotteries Act
Decree on the Slot Machine Association
Act on slot machine funding assistance
Decree on certain time limits applicable to slot machine funding assistance
Licensing and supervision (Ministry of the Interior),
prevention of problems (Ministry Of Social Affairs and Health),
distribution of proceeds (Ministry of Finance) and
allocation of funding (Ministry of Social Affairs and Health)
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Proceeds from gaming operations in 2011 total € 739.1 million
 Arcades
€ 94.1 million
 Casino Helsinki
€ 27.5 million
 Slot machines
€ 571.2 million
 Casino games in restaurants
€ 14.9 million
 Online gaming
€ 29.7 million
 Rent income
€ 1.7 million
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Distribution of the proceeds from gaming operations in 2011
total € 739.1 million
Other expenses
€ 69.9 million
Investments
€ 23.9 million
Salaries and
social expenses
€ 61.2 million
Lottery tax
€ 73.8 million
Space rental
€ 99.5 million
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Grants and State
Treasury
€ 410.8 million
”RAY must have the monopoly for slot machine operations
"Raha-automaattitoiminnan harjoittamisen
yksinoikeus
on the
säilytettävä
also in
future”nykyisellään
Raha-automaattiyhdistyksellä - RAY:llä"
Agree
Samaa
mieltä
0 %
20 %
Noosaa
opinionsanoa
Ei
40 %
1995
71
1996
71
Disagree
Eri
mieltä
60 %
80 %
5
100 %
25
6
23
1997
75
6
20
1998
75
6
20
1999
71
6
23
2000
72
6
22
2001
72
6
22
2002
74
2003
75
2004
73
2005
74
2006
73
2007
74
2008
70
2009
73
2010
72
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Funding Activities - From revenue to funding
Gaming revenue
To the State Treasury
for war veteran
rehabilitation and care
The Ministry of Social
Affairs and Health
presents the funding
proposal
to the Government
The Government
makes the
funding decisions
Lottery duty
Operational costs (wages,
social security costs,
investments)
Funding
RAY's Board of
Administration
Slot machine space rental
Funding to be granted
Applications
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Application handling
and funding
preparations
RAY’s Executive
Director
The funding
department's
preparatory
working group
RAY
pays
the funding
controls
their
use
monitors/evaluates
the funded
operations
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Funding in 2012
MEUR
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Applied funding in total
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487,0
Applicants
Applications for projects and activities
Granted funding in total
Number
1 170
2 367
291,0
Funded organisations
Funded projects and activities
New funding projects and activities
756
1 557
327
Funding categories
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General funding (Ay)
Targeted operations funding (Ak)
Investment funding (B)
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Project funding (Ci/Ck)
State Treasury
(During 1993 – 2012 all together about € 1,7 billion)
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51,7
132,8
40,3
66,2
131
784
157
485
99,3
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Funding in 2012
• Main strategic policies
MEUR
1) Strengthening health and social welfare
86,7
2) Preventing problems threatening health and
social welfare
89,7
3) Helping and supporting those in trouble
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114,7
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Influential social power
Funding is used to combat current health
and social challenges, including
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Change in age structure
Immigration / diversity of cultures
Loneliness
Social and financial exclusion
Involvement of persons with various disabilities
Substance abuse
Mental well-being
Obesity
Memory-related illnesses
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The performance management 2012-2015 between
Ministry of Social Affairs and Health and RAY
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Strategic choices of Ministry of Social Affairs and Health
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Three priorities in Programme of Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen’s government
• Reduction of poverty, inequality and social exclusion
• Consolidation of public finances
• Enhancing sustainable economic growth, employment and competitiveness
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Following actions are based on implementation of Programme for government
• A cross-sector action plan for reducing social exclusion, poverty and health problems
• Programs belonging to The second National Development Programme for Social
Welfare and Health Care (KASTE II)
• Programme to reduce long-term homelessness
• The housing programme for mentally disabled people
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Main strategic policies 2012 - 2015
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Target: Fruitful NGO activities for the benefit of the people
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Preventing
problems
threatening
health and
social welfare
Strengthening
health and social
1
welfare Strengthening health
and
social welfare
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3
Helping
and
supporting
those in
2 trouble
Preventing problems
threatening health
and
social welfare
3
Helping
and supporting
those in trouble
Aim: Promoting health and social welfare by supporting the operations and projects of NGOs
working for the public good.
Principles
• Non-governmental organization (NGO) has a special right to receive funding
• Every applicant is treated equally
• Openness and transparency
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Funding secures the viability of organisations
NGOs, working on health and social welfare
sector, are an important part of a welfare
state. RAY’s support for these organisations
includes
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Providing participation opportunities and
meeting places
Voluntary and peer activities
Information, guidance and training
Influencing and lobbying
Acquisition of premises
Regional activities
International activities
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Biggest funding recipients in 2012
• Finnish Federation of the Visually Impaired
• Y-Foundation
• Federation of Mother and Child Homes
and Shelters
• Finnish Society for Social and Health
• Registered Association of Drug Prevention
• The Finnish Association on Intellectual and
Developmental Disabilities
• Rural Health and Holiday Care
• Registered Association of Welfare Holidays
• The Finnish Association for Mental Health
• Finnish Association of the Deaf
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7 560 000 €
5 819 999 €
5 664 993 €
5 106 000 €
4 748 000 €
4 729 000 €
4 663 000 €
4 660 000 €
4 368 995 €
3 788 000 €
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Mutual challenges and possibilities (1/5)
NGOs
Private companies
• participation
opportunities
• voluntary activities,
peer groups
• influencing/lobbying
•developing
• training
• information
Municipalities
The Government
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Mutual challenges and possibilities (2/5)
• Alternating environment
• Shrunken / widened view of the world
• State of the economy
• Reformation of the municipality structure
• Information overdose
• The orientation of voluntary work
• Doing good is outsourced
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Mutual challenges and possibilities (3/5)
• NGOs’ changing role
• Participation, acting, influencing
 AIM, THEME
• Voluntariness
 FORM, TIME FRAME
• Peer support
 TIME, PLACE, METHOD
• Expertise
 VISIONS
• Communication/give out information
 LISTENING, CONVERSATION, SPARRING
• Methodical approach/developing
 REGENERATION, ABILITY TO ANTICIPATE
• Reacting
 FLEXIBILITY
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Mutual challenges and possibilities (4/5)
• Alternating course of action
• To chart the needs of action
• To clarify the setting up of the aims
• Increasing the cooperation
• Between NGOs
• Between NGOs and municipalises (e.g. KASTE-Programme)
• Between NGOs and corporations
• Compounding of professional work, voluntariness and peer support
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Mutual challenges and possibilities (5/5)
• Alternating course of action
• Development of strengthening and preventing action
• Establishment of monitoring (evaluation) practises
• Expanding the utilize of the good practises
• Implanting the results of development work
• Reducing health and welfare inequalities between different groups of people
 Why, what aims, to who, in what way, with who?
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Welfare is build with collaboration
GLOBALISATION
Kela
- The Social Insurance Institution
of Finland
The Parliament,
legislation
Counties
Research institutes
schools
health
Nursing districts
social
Centre for Economic Development,
Transport and the Environment
&
Regional State Administrative
exercise
Agencies
youth
work
Ad hoc
hobbies
www
Non-profit
educational
establishments
culture
organizations
village/
suburb
neighbours
friends
family
environment
Centres of
expertise etc.
church
EU
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media
companies
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Finland’s Slot Machine Association
Turuntie 42, FI-02650 ESPOO
tel +358 9 437 01 fax +358 9 4370 2383
[email protected]
www.ray.fi
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