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Steering Group of Swedish UNEVOC Centre


On 19 February 2010, the steering group of the Swedish UNEVOC Centre CFL – Centre for Flexible Learning in Söderhamn, Sweden, visited the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre to discuss possibilities for collaborative activities within the UNEVOC Network and to learn about the work of the UNESCO-UNEVOC International Centre.

The UNEVOC Head of Office and staff had very fruitful discussions with Mr. Klas Tallvid, Managing Director of the CFL, Mr. Mats Törnquist, Chief Executive Officer of the Regional Development Council of Gävleborg, and Mr. Kent Bogren, Development Strategist in the area of learning and employment at the Regional Development Council of Gävleborg.

In August 2009, the CFL received financial support of 100,000€ for the first year and additional funds for the following three years from the regional body responsible for the European Social Fund in Gävleborg County in order to advance cooperation and collaboration within the UNEVOC Network.

At the meeting at the UNESCO-UNEVOC premises, many ideas for activities within the Network were raised (regarding both in-kind contributions and jointly funded activities), and UNESCO-UNEVOC looks forward to a successful collaboration with the CFL in 2010 and beyond.


CFL – Centre for Flexible Learning, Söderhamn , Sweden

County of Gävleborg, Sweden

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