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Göran Hansson Chairman

ssfd1967@gmail.comSiftelsen Skånsk Framtid (SSF) was founded by Göran Hansson and Ph.D. Peter Broberg in 1989. Its purpose has been, and still is, to increase awareness of the Scanian language, culture and identity, both in Sweden and abroad.

The SSF has since the beginning been engaged in issues concerning human rights, the promotion of regionalism in the European Union and Sweden as well as in other activities supporting the survival and development of the regional language, culture and identity.

The SSF is a member of FUEN since 1991.

Scania (Skåneland) is situated on the southern part of the Scandinavian peninsula. Its area covers about 21,000 sq. kilometres. The historic Scania consists of four provinces - Skåne, Halland, Blekinge (today part of Sweden) and the Island of Bornholm (today part of Denmark). The present day population of Scania is about 1.5 millions. Neither the Territory of Scania nor the Scanians have any legal status in the State of Sweden. The Scanian language is not recognised by the State and is not subjected to sufficient legal protection.


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