N.B.! The English translations of the Board’s decisions have been updated! See below for more details.

The Executive Board convenes weekly during terms, mainly on Thursday mornings.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 42/FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 13 November 2019

LIST OF DECISIONS

 

The Executive Board:

 

  • decided to add the agenda item of the Christmas party budget of tutors.
  • decided to nominate the Specialist in communications, Saana Hytönen, as the student representative of the operative steering group for establishing the Student’s intranet service.
  • decided to motion that Petra Oksa and Laura Kaipia shall be nominated to the FSHS delegation.
  • decided not to award a project grant to HiHo for continuing ice hall turns.
  • decided not to award a project grant to Teema for the Elävän kirjallisuuden festival.
  • decided to award a project grant of €350 to OKA for sexual education.
  • decided to budget €400 for tutors’ Christmas party.
  • decided to approve TREY’s brand handbook and authorise the brand sector to make stylistic changes to it.
  • decided to open the application period for the Tampere ylioppilastalo foundation’s board for the time period of 13–20 November 2019. In addition, the Board authorised the Secretary General to draft the call for applications.
  • decided the following on the service offices’ opening hours:
    • The Hervanta campus service office is closed on 25 November 13.45 o’clock onwards.
    • The city centre campus service office is closed on 25 November from 13 o’clock onwards.
  • decided on the measurements taken due to invitations that arrived.

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 40/FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 31 October 2019

  • decided to open the application period for two translator interns starting on 4 November, and authorised Mäki-Rahkola to declare the position open and to edit the call for applications. In addition, the Board chose Anne Mäki-Rahkola, Petra Oksa and Jenna Rantanen to the interviewers’ working group. The working group will conduct the interns’ interviews which shall be organised in December.
  • decided to budget €30 for the refreshments of the international bodies’ meeting.
  • decided to budget €100 for the international affairs sector’s retreat.
  • decided to approve TREY’s statement to Tampere University concerning making changes to the Government decree on university degrees and specialisations as per appendix.
  • decided to approve TREY’s surprise statement regarding the staff and student associations’ iniatitive to the Tampere University administration concerning the administrative guidelines as per appendix.
  • decided to budget €355 to the educational affairs conference.
  • decided to sign the COP 25 climate meeting’s Global Climate Letter in respect of the sections 1 and 3, and to encourage Tampere University to sign the letter.
  • decided to motion that Laura Kaipia, Ilona Taubert and Elsa Myllyaho shall be elected to FSHS Tampere unit’s executive board.
  • decided to budget €200 to the Wellness week’s sauna reward.
  • decided to budget €100 to the Pumpkin party.
  • decided to budget €1030 for the office’s recreational day.
  • decided to open the application period for the Committee for Financial Affairs during 4–17 November. In addition, the Board decided that the current committee employees are considered as applicants if they express their interest to continue as members of the committee. The Board also decided that the main sector will be responsible for the search of the Honorary Committee members.
  • decided the following on the service offices’ opening hours:
  1. The Hervanta campus service office is closed on 1 November between from 13.45 onwards.
  2. The City centre campus service office is closed on 1 November from 13.00 onwards.
  • decided on the measurements taken due to invitations that arrived.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 39/ FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 23 October 2019

  • decided to add the agenda items of making a motion to the Council about the approving of the Equality Plan, making a statement of the Finnish Student Sports Federation’s union meeting materials, and TREY’s representatives in the University’s labour protection departments and committees.
  • decided to motion to the Council that TREY shall not prepare an application for the development cooperation project’s funding of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland in spring 2020.
  • decided to motion to the Council that it shall nominate the following persons as the Academic Board’s student members: Annika Nevanpää and Mikko Kauhanen.
  • decided to motion to the Council that it shall realise the student media implementation manner number 2 (P2 = One chief editor, an Art Director, two editor interns and other paid assistants are hired as per the collective of the Union of journalists in Finland) and that the student media shall be realised in both digital and printed form. In addition, the Board decided that the Ylioppilaslehti cooperation offer will not be taken.
  • decided to motion to the Council that it shall approve the Student Union’s Equality Plan as per appendices.
  • decided to approve the statement on the Finnish Student Sports Federation’s union meeting materials as per appendix.
  • decided to nominate Laura Kaipia, Tuulia Laakso and Milka Hanhela to the labour protection department and labour protection committee as follows:

Milka Hanhela: City centre campus’ labour protection department and the whole University’s labour protection committee; Tuulia Laakso: Hervanta campus’ labour protection department; Laura Kaipia: Kauppi campus’ labour protection department

  • recorded that Rintanen, Heikkilä and Leino have withdrawn their motion
  • decided on the measurements taken due to invitations that arrived.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 38/FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 17 October 2019 

  • decided to add the agenda item of granting certificates of honour.
  • decided to postpone the development co-operation project matter.
  • decided to appoint Max Liikkaa (on reserve Paavo Antikainen) as the full member of Tietoarkisto’s advisory board.
  • decided to approve TREY’s principles of safer spaces.
  • decided to open the application period for membership of the FSHS’s delegation for the time period of 18 October 2019 to 11 November 2019.
  • decided to motion the Council that it shall update the composition of the delegation for the National Union of University Students in Finland’s General Assembly as per the motion.
  • decided to authorise the Tampereen Teekkarien Moottorikerho ry (TTMK) to take TREY’s van, Toyota Proace (registration number ENC-277) to car shops and to enquire offers of exchange. Additionally, the Student Union of Tampere University authorised TTMK to reserve appointments to the car shops on behalf of TREY for the above-mentioned reason. TTMK may use the vehicle Toyota Proace (registration number ENC-277) free of charge for the purpose stated in this motion.
  • decided to award a certificate of honour for persons who have made noteworthy work for the merger during 2017–2018 as per motion.
  • decided the following on the service offices’ opening hours:
    • The Hervanta campus service office is closed on 25 October between 9.00 and 11.15 o’clock.
    • The city centre campus service office is closed on 25 October between 9.00 and 12.00 o’clock.
    • The Hervanta campus service office is opened on 21 October at 12.0 o’clock.
  • decided on the measurements taken due to invitations that arrived.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 37 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 10 October 2019

  • decided to open the Flip&Learn premises design competition for subject associations between 14 October and 3 November 2019. The Board accepted the timetable, as per appendix, evaluation criteria and jury of the competition as per appendix. Also, the Board appointed the two Board members Matti Andersson (Chair of the jury) and Adam Zeidan to the jury.
  • decided to send Annika Nevanpää to opintoasiainpäivät (“Study Affairs Days”) and pay for the participation, accommodation and travelling expenses.
  • decided that TREY will draft a public statement concerning the University’s Regulations. The statement will focus on the results of the “Whose University?”  report, the student union’s comments at the report’s publication occasion, and TREY’s approved guidelines.
  • recorded TOAS’ overview of current issues and instructed the Specialist in social affairs to complement the Board’s with a representative for TOAS.
  • decided not to award a project grant to Spinni.
  • decided not to award a project grant to Bioneri.
  • decided to award a project grant of €200 to Kopula.
  • decided not to award a project grant to Nesu-Boomi ry.
  • decided to award a project grant of €400 to Ääni ry.
  • decided to make the Specialist in international affairs’, Jutila, employment regular so that the end date will be 29 February 2020. The reasoning for this is the employee’s wish.
  • decided that the student union’s members and employees may claim the student union ribbon for free. Additionally, the Board decided that the present Board and Secretary General may claim the wide student union ribbon for free.
  • decided to grant unpaid leave to Kaipia on 21 October and to Pekkola on 21–22 October.
  • decided to recommend Karpek Oy’s Board to clear the process of becoming subject to VAT (value-added tax) in the manner that is to the best of their knowledge.
  • decided to grant Helky Kouri a restricted authority to sign agreements of the use of Hotelli Torni.
  • decided on Paavo Antikainen’s National Union of University Students in Finland (SYL) campaign budget as per appendix.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 36 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 2 October 2019

  • decided to add the brand sector’s retreat budget to the agenda
  • decided that the Teekkari choir may reserve a sauna for the reward for value work, and charge TREY for the expenses. The sauna reservation and event must both be done before April 2020. TREY will later charge the University for the expenses as per the prior agreement.
  • decided to budget €60 for the brand sector’s retreat.
  • decided to approve the budget for the annual celebration as per the appendix.
  • decided on its statement about SYL’s General Assembly materials.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 35 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 26 September 2019

  • decided to add organisations sector’s retreat day to the agenda.
  • decided in the autumn complementing application to nominate Jenna Rantanen and Max Liikka (on reserve Paavo Antikainen) as available on-demand interviewers.
  • decided that the application period for the Finnish Social Science Data Archive to be 30.9–11.10.
  • decided to nominate Specialist in communications Saana Hytönen as TREY’s representative in the steering group for online services.
  • decided to nominate Specialist in educational affairs Tiia Virtanen as TREY’s representative in the operative steering group for implementing educational data system.
  • recorded an update on the Get Organized event.
  • decided to open the application period of one student representative for the FSHS’ executive board for 27.9.–25.10. The Board decided to authorise the social affairs sector to draft a call for applications. In addition to the open application round, the Board decided that one representative from Tamko and one from TREY’s office shall be elected to the executive board.
  • decided to budget €100 for the organisation sector’s recreation and event workshop.
  • decided to grant educational affairs specialist Vaara study leave as per application.
  • decided to approve the budget for Nykänen’s farewell party as per appendix.
  • decided to elect Kanniainen (on reserve Länsipuro) to the project secretary’s task.
  • decided the following on the service offices’ opening hours:
    • The City centre campus service office is closed for the whole day on October 4.
    • The City centre campus service office is closed for the whole day on October 21.
  • decided to budget €40 for the tutoring sector’s recreation.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 34 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 18 September 2019

  • decided to add the agenda item of ordering Kollektiivi shirts to the agenda.
  • decided that €70 of the social affairs sector’s funds is freed up for acquiring the prizes of the Hunger Day Collection Challenge.
  • decided to budget €300 for organising the associations coffee occasion.
  • decided to budget €100 for the Syndikaatti meeting on 23 September.
  • decided to grant Liisa Äijälä resignation from Kollektiivi. In addition, the board recorded that in future, Liisa Äijälä will coordinate Kollektiivi’s activities in the role of a representative of the board and the board’s Event Organiser.
  • decided to complement Kollektiivi with one member, Eeva Ylimäki.
  • decided to budget €110 for Kollektiivi shirts, and authorised the board’s Event Organiser to order the shirts.
  • decided on granting Hanhela unpaid leave.
  • decided on granting Pekkola unpaid leave.
  • decided to elect Meeri Pekkola as the permanent Community Specialist.
  • decided to motion to the council that it shall approve the University’s premises offer.
  • decided to motion to the council that it shall nominate Paavo Antikainen as TREY’s candidate for the position of the board member the National Union of University Students in Finland in 2020.
  • decided to motion to the council that it shall update its delegation for the General Assembly of the National Union of University Students in Finland as follows: Observers Venla Monter, Saana Hytönen and Juha Köykkä.
  • decided to motion to the council that Santeri Hukari shall be nominated as TREY’s representative at the Finnish Student Sports Federation (OLL) union meeting. Moreover, the board decided to motion to the council that the remaining representatives shall be appointed at the council meeting.
  • decided to budget €1500 for the SEKSMYY meeting.
  • decided that both service offices are closed on September 27th.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 33 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 12 September 2019

 

EXECUTIVE BOARD 32 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 5 September 2019

  • added the item of sending a representative to the European Students’ Convention to the agenda.
  • decided to send no representative to the European Students’ Convention.
  • decided to budget €80 for the social affairs sector’s Sector Day.
  • made the following decisions on the student organisation godparents: MIK, Liisa; KoRK, Liisa; Patina, Liisa; Ääni, Adam; Johto, Annika.
  • decided to accept the Newcomers’ Orienteering budget as per the appendix.
  • decided the following of the Board’s division of labour:
    • Paula Sajaniemi: Chair, finances
    • Paavo Antikainen: Vice chair, social affairs (urban advocacy, students’ livelihood)
    • Merve Caglayan: social policy (urban advocacy, housing, equality, health, well-being, environment)
    • Max Liikka: international affairs, tutoring, development cooperation
    • Matti Andersson: organisations, campus development, corporate relations, member services
    • Liisa Äijälä: events, community, volunteers, sports
    • Adam Zeidan: organisations
    • Petra Oksa: communications, brand
    • Jenna Rantanen: academic affairs, advocacy communications
    • Annika Nevanpää: academic affairs, international affairs
  • decided to grant the new events Organiser Liisa Äijälä the access right to the student union’s account and authorise her to acquire a bank card for the account.
  • decided to remove the access right to the student union’s account from Eeva Ylimäki.
  • decided to order pins from Hyrsky Oy so that the order would include 100 bronze pins, 50 silver pins and 50 golden pins. Additionally, the board decided to order student union ribbon from Hyrsky Oy. 1000 metres of narrow ribbon and 50 metres of wide ribbon will be ordered.
  • decided the following on the service offices’ opening hours:
    • On 6 September, The Hervanta campus service office is closed for the whole day. The city centre service office is closed in the morning. The office opens at 12 o’clock.
    • On 13 September, the city centre service office is closed for the morning. The office opens at 12 o’clock.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 31 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 29 August 2019

  • decided to postpone the decision of attending the European Students’ Convention.
  • decided to propose the following persons to the Tampere University Board:
    • Mari Pantsar, Doctor of Philosophy
    • Soile Koriseva, Master of Arts (Education)
    • Maija Mattila, Doctor of Social Sciences
    • Kati Korhonen-Yrjänheikki, Doctor of Science
  • decided on award the operational grants as per appendices while also specifying the section of Näty ry’s means-tested aid.
  • decided to budget €50 for the organisations sector’s retreat day.
  • decided to motion the council for it to approve the supplementary budget as per the appendix.
  • made a decision in principle. The board decided that it is allowed to use the vans owned by TREY in the European Economic Area. In addition, the board obliged every person who takes the van abroad to sign a letter of authorisation which yields them the right to use the vehicle outside of the borders of Finland, nevertheless within the European Economic Area.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 30 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 22 August 2019                    

  • decided to add the item of Chair Day and the Office’s Autumn Day’s budget to the agenda.
  • decided to send Paula Sajanimie, Venla Monter and Annika Nevanpää to the workshop on developing the University’s strategy.
  • decided to nominate Joni Tepsa as full member of the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Natural Sciences to substitute Korolainen.
  • decided to accept the Chair’s day budget as per the appendix.
  • decided to approve TREY’s orientation banner and desk budget.
  • decided to approve the Tampere-appro budget for the remaining year, and charged the Board’s events Organiser with observing the fulfillment of the budget. Also, the board decided to appoint Kollektiivi (the events section) with organising the Tampere-appro each month until the end of 2019.
  • decided on a budget of €300 for the office’s Autumn day.
  • decided to motion to the Council that the order on badges and pins shall be updated as per appendix.
  • The Board decided to motion to the Council that is shall nominate the following persons as TREY’s representatives in the General Assembly of SYL ry (National Union of University Students in Finland) on 15–16 November:

Full representatives:

Veli-Matti Korpelainen

  1. Aapo Honkakunnas, Memes
  2. Petra Oksa, Memes
  3. Annika Nevanpää, Hallintotieteiden liitto
  4. Vivian Lunnikivi, Tietoteekkarit
  5. Panu Kortelainen, Kahden tähden teekkarit
  6. Matleena Inget, Vapaaboomarit
  7. Max Liikka, Vapaaboomarit
  8. Siiri Viippola, Medaattorit
  9. Marikki Heiskanen, Memes
  10. Aleksi Mattila, Memes
  11. Nelly Kivinen, no group
  12. Ilona Taubert, Viva
  13. Henrik Villanen, Viva
  14. Merve Caglayan, Vihreä Lista
  15. Jenna Rantanen, Sitoutumattomat kasvatustieteilijät
  16. Paavo Antikainen, Sitoutumattomat yhteiskuntatieteilijät
  17. Suvi Parhankangas, Kontakti

Deputy representatives:

  1. Salla-Mari Palokari, BosaBeerParty
  2. Eero Heikkilä, Oikeisto-opiskelijat
  3. Tuuli Tomperi, Vihreä Lista
  4. Ville Jäppinen, Kontakti
  5. Julius Haapakoski, Kahden tähden teekkarit
  6. Konsta Salo, Rattoisa
  7. Aapo Honkakunnas, Memes
  8. Mikko Malmström, Vapaaboomarit
  9. Juho Mäkinen, BosaBeerParty

Observers:

– Venla Monter

Other observers will be appointed in the following Council meetings

  • decided to elect Kouri as the new office secretary (Saarinen on reserve). The office secretary’s working hours are 32,5 hours per week. The chosen person will start working in September as per the agreement.
  • decided on the measurements to be taken due to the arrived invitations.

EXECUTIVE BOARD 29 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 / 15 August 2019

The Council meets approximately once a month during terms. The meetings during the autumn will be held on 2 September, 24 September, 29 October and 26 November.

COUNCIL OF REPRESENTATIVES 8 / FINANCIAL YEAR 2019 29 October 2019

  • recorded that Rintanen, Heikkilä and Leino have withdrawn their motion.
  • decided to elect Annika nevanpää and Mikko Kauhanen as the Academic Board’s new student members.
  • decided to execute the student media as per implementation manner P2 (One chief editor and a half-day Art Director hired as per the collective agreement between Finnmedia and the Union of Journalists in Finland; two editor interns; other paid assistants) and so that the media will be both in a printed and digital form.
  • decided that TREY shall not prepare an application for the development cooperation project’s funding of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland in spring 2020.
  • decided to approve the Student Union’s Equality Plan as per appendices.
  • decided the following on TREY’s representatives at the General Assembly of the National Union of University Students in Finland:

 

  • Full representatives:
  1. Veli-Matti Korpelainen, Tietoteekkarit
  2. Adam Zeidan, Memes¨
  3. Petra Oksa, Memes
  4. Annika Nevanpää, Hallintotieteiden liitto
  5. Vivian Lunnikivi, Tietoteekkarit
  6. Panu Kortelainen, Kahden tähden teekkarit
  7. Matleena Inget, Vapaaboomarit
  8. Max Liikka, Vapaaboomarit
  9. Siiri Viippola, Medaattorit
  10. Marikki Heiskanen, Memes
  11. Aleksi Mattila, Memes
  12. Nelly Kivinen, ei taustaryhmää
  13. Ilona Taubert, Viva
  14. Henrik Villanen, Viva
  15. Merve Caglayan, Vihreä Lista
  16. Ville Jäppinen, Kontakti
  17. Nelly Kivinen, ei taustaryhmää
  18. Suvi Parhankangas, Kontakti
  19. Mikko Kauhanen, ei taustaryhmää

 

  • Deputy representatives:
  1. Eero Heikkilä, Oikeisto-opiskelijat
  2. Salla-Mari Palokari, Bosa Beer Party
  3. Tuuli Tomperi, Vihreä Lista
  4. Jenna Rantanen, Sitoutumattomat kasvatustieteilijät
  5. Julius Haapakoski, Kahden tähden teekkarit
  6. Konsta Salo, Rattoisa
  7. Aapo Honkakunnas, Memes
  8. Mikko Malmström, Vapaaboomarit
  9. Juho Mäkinen, Bosa Beer Party
  10. Paavo Antikainen, Sitoutumattomat yhteiskuntatieteilijät
  • Observers:
  • Venla Monter
  • Juha Köykkä
  • Saana Hytönen

The right to submit an initiative

The members of the Student Union and associations as defined in the Association Standing Order have a right to submit initiatives to the Council of Representatives and the Executive Board of the Student Union. The initiative must be submitted in writing to the Secretary General of the Student Union or the Chair of the Executive Board, and it must be identified as an initiative. The Council must respond to the initiative no later than two months and the Board no later than one month from the date the initiative was submitted. Initiatives submitted between 1 April and 31 July shall be processed by 30 September.

Claim for a revised decision

According to the Universities Act (558/2009), a claim for the revision of a decision of the Student Union concerning an administrative matter may be lodged according to the provisions laid out in the Administrative Procedure Act (434/2003). The request may lodged by a party whom the decision concerns or whose rights, duties or entitlements the decision immediately affects. The party shall be deemed to have received service of the decision when the decision is posted on the Student Union’s official notice board for public inspection or when the party has received service of the decision in person where necessary. The claim for a revised decision must be lodged within 30 days of receiving service of the decision to the authority who issued the decision. An appeal against the decision made on the claim for a revised decision may be lodged to an administrative court as provided in the Administrative Judicial Procedure Act (586/1996). Furthermore, a member of the Student Union has a right to appeal against a decision made by a Student Union organ on the grounds that the procedure that led to the decision was in violation of the law, the rules or other provisions applying to the Student Union or that the decision is otherwise in breach of the law or the provisions applying to the Student Union. However, a decision which only concerns the drafting or execution of a certain matter may not be appealed against. The appeal shall be lodged to the Hämeenlinna Administrative Court as provided in the Administrative Judicial Procedure Act (586/1996). The administrative court ruling may not be appealed against.