Under this section, project promoters and beneficiaries, selected for one of the funding opportunities opened between 2000 and 2006 , will find useful documents relative to the implementation of a project in the frame of the "Youth in Action" programme.
Please note that you should use the form corresponding to the year in which your contract was issued. This can be easily verified in the project number which appears in your contract. Thus if your project number is XXXXX-CP-1-2001-1-XX-XXX, you should use the 2001 forms.
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Beneficiaries must use these logos.
Within a period of two months after the end of the project, a final report should be submitted. The final report includes one narrative section on the carrying out of the project, and one financial part. You will find here the final report forms for the centralised strand of the YOUTH and the Youth in Action programmes.
Progress Report Forms
Progress Report Forms (deadlines in 2006)
Progress Report Forms (deadlines in 2005)
Progress Report Forms (deadlines in 2004)
Progress Report Forms (deadlines in 2003)
Final Report Forms
Final Report Forms (deadlines in 2005 and 2006)
Final Report Forms (deadlines in 2004)
Final Report forms (deadlines in 2003
Once the project has been approved for funding by the European Commission, the beneficiary receives a contractual package including the Agreement, to be signed by the legal representative of the organisation, and a document explaining about the specific conditions applicable to the grant (Annex III).
|Action 5||Measures 1-6:
|Action 5 XL Large scale projects||Agreements will be available soon|
|Support to bodies active at European level in the field of youth|
|Exchange of good practice in youth work between Europe and Africa, the Carribean, Pacific (ACP), Asia and Latin America||Agreements will be available soon|
For approved projects of Action 1 & 2; the contractual package includes the respective AXA documents relative to the group insurance plan, and the access code to use for enrolment of the participants or volunteers. This includes a guide for participants and volunteers, and a list of frequently asked questions.
|Action 1 - Youth for Europe|| Participant's guide:
Frequently Asked Questions:
|Action 2||Volunteer's guide:|
Document providing some recommendations and advice for YOUTH programme beneficiaries who need to apply for visas and residence permits
For approved projects of Action 2, the contractual package includes also support documents to the European Voluntary Service: documents on Rights and Responsibilities of the partners involved in the EVS project; Annex to the certificate, Partnership agreement and EVS volunteer training guidelines.
This Financial Information Kit provides practical and easy to read guidance for grant beneficiaries under the different funding programmes managed by the EACEA