Friday 10 January 2014
To guarantee the neutrality of the project selection and the profit distribution, we call upon a wise persons’ committee, independent from the organisers. It is made up of between 3 to 9 people from varied backgrounds; cultural, artistic, journalistic, teaching, economic...
These persons, not only chosen for their implication towards the Breton language, but also for the diversity in their domains and their experiences, bring an eclectic view to the presented projects.
The associations’ administrative council reserves the right to consider the originality and pertinence of each project received.
It can reject an application if it judges that the fundamentals written in the call for projects have not been adhered to. The wise persons have around one month to consult all the applications and request more details where necessary before the committee meeting where each project will be discussed in turn.
The "wise persons’ committee” makes its choice based on the following criteria:
To guarantee impartial choice and the funding vote, in the case of any relation between a committee member and one of the projects presented, the association will request that they do not take part in the vote and do not present or defend the project, so that the other projects are not prejudiced.