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Programme Guide and legal basis

This Guide is a tool for anybody who would like to participate in the Youth in Action Programme, be they 'participants' - the young people and youth workers - or 'promoters' - those who represent the participants and submit the applications (grant requests).

Find here the Programme Guide, and information on how to read the programme guide and the calendar.

Application forms

Action 1 - Youth for Europe
pdf

Action 1.1 - Youth Exchange - Application form
Action 1.2 - Youth initiatives - Application form
Action 1.3 - Youth Democracy Project - Application form
Action 1 - Multi-Measure Project - Application form
Action 1 - Multi-Measure Project - Annex - Youth Exchange
Action 1 - Multi-Measure Project - Annex - Youth Initiatives
Action 1 - Multi-Measure Project - Annex - Youth democracy project

Action 2 - European Voluntary Service
pdf

Action 2 - European Voluntary Service - Application form
Action 2 - European Voluntary Service - Expression of interest

Action 3 - Youth in the World
pdf

Action 3.1 - Cooperation with the neighbouring countries of the European Union
Youth Exchange - Application form
 
Training and Networking - Application form

Action 4 - Youth support systems
pdf

Action 4.3 - Training and networking - Application form
Action 4.3 - Multi-Measure Project - Application form
Action 4.3 - Multi-Measure Project - Annex - Activities 1-7
Action 4.3 - Multi-Measure Project - Annex - Activity 8 Networking

Action 5 - Support for European cooperation in the youth field
pdf

Action 5.1 Meeting of young people and those responsible for youth policy
 

Specifications applicable to grant requests over 25.000 EUR

In accordance with the provisions of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Communities (*), applicant organisations to community funding exceeding 25.000 EUR - except public bodies - must submit the following financial documents:

  • the profit and loss accounts of the applicant organisation
  • the balance sheet for the last financial year for which the accounts have been closed.

The objective is to permit an assessment of the financial capacity of the applicant organisations.

For projects submitted to the Executive Agency in Brussels, the profit and loss accounts as well as the balance sheet have to be introduced together with the application form. For projects submitted to National Agencies, these supoprting documents are introduced on request of the respective National Agency only once a positive award decision has been taken.

Please note that there is no specific form to submit the information outlined above. If, on the basis of the documents submitted, it will be concluded that the required financial capacity has not been proved or is not satisfactory, the Executive Agency or the National Agency may:

  • ask for further information;
  • require a bank guarantee(**);
  • offer a grant agreement without pre-financing;
  • reject the application.

 

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