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Budgets of past EJCs
The European Juggling Conventions are organised by local juggling groups, which are also in charge for "their" EJC's budget. The EJA acts as an advisor, and part of its support for the local organisers has always been the discussion of the financial framework of the convention. Because the EJA is not the organiser of the EJCs, the information the EJA has about the budgets of the European Juggling Conventions is very varying. For some years, the budget(s) evolving during the preparation of the convention as well as a final accountancy after the convention is available. For other years, almost no financial information has been delivered to the EJA.
The EJA intends to make all the EJC budget information it possesses available on this web page. In particular:

2004-carvin
The convention closed with a surplus. It's agreed that 70% up to 15.000 EUR and 60% of further surplus will be given to EJA.
Final accounancy is running to finish the accounts.

2003-svendborg
The organising team applied for a startup-loan of 10.000 EUR. The loan was fully repayed and 2.000 EUR have been donated to EJA, which equals 1/4 of the surplus. Another 1/4 has been given to the Danish Juggling Association and the remaing half went to a local circus school project.

2002-bremen
EJA provided a startup-loan and financial guarantee of 10.000 EUR. The convention closed with a loss of about 2.500 EUR which is taken by EJA.

2001-rotterdam
The convention closed with a surplus of about 47.000 EUR. EJA has provided a loan of 5.000 EUR. The organising team did not apply for a financial guarantee.
10.000 EUR have been given to EJA, rest of the surplus has been transfered to the organisation I-Magique.

2000-karlsruhe
The Karlsruhe team has not applied for an EJA loan, except for a 3.000 DEM (1534 EUR) loan provided by EJA Deutschland e.V.
The EJA provided a financial guarantee of 15.000 EUR to the Pyramidaler Kleinkunstverein e.V.
The Convention has closed with a surplus, 21.215,00 EUR have been given to EJA.

1999-grenoble
The convention has closed with a surplus.
The Grenoble team has not applied for an EJA loan.
In 1999, the Grenoble team has donated a surplus of 13.035 EUR to the EJA.
The final accountancy of the convention is available.

1998-edinburgh
The convention has closed with a surplus.
The Edinburgh team has fully repaid the EJA loan.
The Edinburgh team distributed an interim report during the 1998 Amsterdam business meeting of the EJA, which projects a surplus of 35.000 GBP (roughly 53.700 EUR). At that time they donated 3.000 GBP (roughly 4.600 EUR) to the EJA.
James Soper distributed an interim report during the 1999 Grenoble EJC, which projects a surplus of 19.000 GBP (roughly 28.920 EUR).
In January 2000, EJC98 Ltd. has donated another 10.000 GPB to the EJA, adding up to a total of 13.000 GBP.
No final accountancy is known to the EJA.

1997-torino
The convention has closed with a loss.
The Torino team has fully repaid the EJA loan.
Bruno Furnari has presented a detailed but preliminary accountancy of the Torino convention to the EJA main board in October 1999. The EJA is awaiting the final accountancy to be published. This will be the basis for the EJA's cover of Torino losses, which has already been partly transfered to the Italian association J4J.

1996-grenoble
The convention has closed with a surplus.
The Grenoble team has fully repaid the EJA loan.
In 1996, the Grenoble team donated 1.542 EUR to the EJA. In 1997, the Grenoble team donated another 5.300 EUR to the EJA, adding up to a total of 6.842 EUR.
The final accountancy of the convention is available.

1995-goeteborg
The convention is supposed to have closed with a loss, but no details are known.
The Goeteborg team has fully repaid the EJA loan.
The EJA has not obtained a final accountancy of this convention.

1994-hagen
The convention has closed with a surplus.
The Hagen team has fully repaid the EJA loan.
A detailed EJA report is available. Among other information, it shows how the surplus has been re-invested into the EJA over the years.
The final accountancy is available at the web pages of the organiser, the German non-profit association EJA (Deutschland) e.V..

1993-leeds
The convention is supposed to have closed with a loss, but no details are known.
The Leeds team has not fully repaid the EJA loan.
Some information on the convention's accountancy is available.

Some more data of past conventions is available, but preparing it for the web is not a high priority right now...
 
 
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