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The new Swedish Institute. Sharing Sweden with the world. The Swedish Institute – 60 years of public diplomacy. Founded 1945 as a non-profit association – public agency 1998 2006 Budget appr. SEK 220 million, staff 80 Centre Culturel Suédois in Paris

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The new Swedish Institute

Sharing Sweden with the world


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The Swedish Institute – 60 years of public diplomacy

  • Founded 1945 as a non-profit association – public agency 1998

  • 2006 Budget appr. SEK 220 million, staff 80

  • Centre Culturel Suédois in Paris

  • The work is carried out in collaboration with Swedish embassies and consulates around the world

  • A center of excellence in the promotion of Sweden, focusing on analysis and strategy


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Swedish Institute’s activities in brief

  • Putting Sweden on the world map through a broad set of public diplomacy/nation-branding activities

  • Creating and sustaining relationships with other countries through exchanges in the fields of culture, education, research and public life in general

  • Overall goal to promote Sweden. Special assignments within international development cooperation programs

  • From information and exchange to strategic communications and relationship building

  • Culture and education play a central role in the work


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New strategy

Concentrated activities for greater impact through:

  • More focus on our main task: the image of Sweden

  • Working from a brand perspective – internally and externally

  • Target group analysis and prioritized geographical locations

  • Measurable goals and more efficient evaluation

  • Better coordination with the Swedish Diplomatic Missions

  • Being a centre of excellence for the overall promotion of Sweden

  • Increased focus on PR/media

  • Focus on attracting key talent from abroad

  • Focus on activating Swedes


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New organization

  • One Institute, not three

  • Focus on function, not area of expertise

  • More concentration on analysis and evaluation

  • Better coordination and cooperation with the Swedish Diplomatic Missions and the Council for the Promotion of Sweden

  • Department for Branding and Coordination

  • Department of Communications and Public Relations

  • Department for Events and Projects

  • Department for Intercultural Relations

  • Department of Administration and Services

  • CCS, The Swedish Institute in Paris



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Background – putting Sweden on the map and creating relationships with the world

  • concentrate our efforts where we have the best chance of having an impact in creating awareness, confidence and interest in Sweden

  • where do we get the greatest effect (awareness/goodwill/

    relationships) for each tax krona invested?

  • today’s aim of working to affect everyone in every region across the world is unrealistic – especially in view of the funds the Institute has at its disposal for this purpose


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Geographic priorities - Targets relationships with the world

By setting priorities and working long-term, there is an increase in the likelihood that:

  • we can achieve results,

  • we can develop effective collaboration with local parties and development partners (especially locally with Swedish diplomatic missions abroad),

  • we can develop our knowledge about local target groups and follow their understanding and image of Sweden,

  • we can monitor, evaluate and present concrete results to a greater extent (to a greater extent with NSU and selected Swedish missions abroad).


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Reaching the target group – parallel processes relationships with the world

  • Having a continuous global presence via the Internet

  • Having a local presence through our collaborative partners, via Swedish diplomatic missions abroad or directly

    = Both ways of working are important – the mix has to be discussed, as does how they will work together – it is crucial to give priority to proactive operations and work consistently with the “progressive target group” regardless of the channel and way of working.


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Starting points relationships with the world

To increase the impact of our activities by maximising our chances of creating a “rings on the water” ripple effect in order to reach as many in our priority target group as possible.

  • To be where the "progressive target group" is or in the places it keeps tabs on

  • To be “where things are happening” – where there are clear advances in culture, the economy and science

  • To be where there is a clear national, regional and global emphasis (in terms of the economy, culture, science and the media)

    = Dynamic, global and cosmopolitan centres on which the eyes of the world are focused


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Breakdown of SI operations collaborating with Swedish missions abroad

  • Basic level of operations /“embassy service” (more demand-driven):

    • the web, information material (printed material, posters, CD-ROMs, mini-exhibits etc.) and films.

    • SI as an expertise centre for promotion via the Internet (SPF) and SI’s helpdesk.

  • Levels given priority (proactive operations):

    • active local efforts (projects, PR projects, study and media visits, customised tools, possibly new grant programmes etc.)

    • active as an expertise centre/collaborative partner = development of local expertise, joint analysis and evaluation, pooled media issues – develop close, continuous collaboration


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The Process missions abroad

  • Different surveys have been carried out

    Sweden Image starting points (SASU/NBI):

  • Least awareness in regions farthest away (geographically and culturally)

  • Low level of awareness = low confidence = low interest

    Potential comprehensive shift in our priorities:

  • Increased emphasis on Asia and strategic “distant markets”

  • (Potentially greater focus on the Middle East if SI gets a special commission)


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Criteria from the sample of cities: missions abroad

  • SI’s official brief: Europe, North America, China, Japan, India and Brazil

  • Sweden Image starting points (we will be where the need is greatest)

  • Emphasis on the city (cultural, economic, scientific, media) in the region

  • Degree of dynamics and openness

  • Conditions in SI’s budget (promotion/collaboration on development)

  • Swedish representation locally

  • Good geographic spread

    Number:

  • How many do we have the resources to work with?

    = A decision will soon be made


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Focus areas missions abroad2007-2010


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Focus areas – the objective missions abroad

To make it easier to set mutual short-term and long-term priorities in choosing operations.

This is a practical way of linking the Institute’s operational focus to the main message of the communicative platform and to relevant present-day phenomena and areas in which Sweden currently has an attractive advantage or interesting experience to relate, from the perspective of the rest of the world.


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Criteria missions abroad

  • base them on the strategic choices and messages of the communicative platform

  • work well from both a one-year and three-year perspective (preferably longer)

  • be up-to-date and at the cutting edge of development in culture, societal issues, education or science

  • find an interesting Swedish phenomenon to show and tell people about

  • find international interest in Sweden in these areas

  • find relevant collaborative partners linked to areas both in Sweden and abroad

  • Be able to link these to the focus areas of promotion at other organizations (IT, environmental technology, etc.) and other partners (culture/education)


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Proposed focus missions abroad areas 2007-2010:

  • Sustainability – the environment, development and balance

    “The sustainable society”

  • New creativity – design, music and pioneering popular culture“The young progressive Sweden”

  • Openness – equality, freedom of expression and tolerance

    “The open, inclusive, non-hierarchical society”

  • Development without boundaries – technology, culture and science

    “The borderland between culture, science and technological progress”


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