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Action 4.3 — Youth Support Systems — Support to Youth Workers' Mobility

Call for proposals EACEA/15/2012

The purpose of this call for proposals is to support youth workers’ mobility and exchanges with a view to promoting the acquisition of new skills and competences in order to enrich their profile as professionals in the youth field. By promoting long-term transnational learning experiences for youth workers, this new action will also aim at strengthening the capacities of the structures involved in the project, which will benefit from the experience and new perspective brought by a youth worker from a different background. In doing so, this call will enhance networking among youth structures in Europe and will contribute to the policy priority to support, recognise and professionalize youth work as a cross-cutting policy tool in Europe.

This call provides grants to projects.

Deadline for submission of applications:
Applications must be submitted at the latest at 12:00 PM (mid-day, Brussels time) the 3 September 2012. After this date, the on-line application system will be closed until it is re-opened for the next application phase.

Projects must start between 1 November 2012 and 1 April 2013
Duration of the project: Maximum 12 months
Duration of the mobility: Minimum 2 months and maximum 6 months


The call for proposals has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union C 139/10 on the 15/05/2012 (OJ 2012/C 139/10 of 15/05/2012, p. 21).

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Applicants' Guidelines

The Applicants' Guidelines (technical explanations accompanying the call for proposals) provide information on the eligibility, selection and award criteria, as well as on the financial conditions and procedures concerning the submission of proposals.

Proposals must comply with the provisions set out in the Call for proposals EACEA/15/2012, the Applicant's Guidelines and the Specific funding rules.

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Specific funding rules

Applicants are requested to read carefully the Specific funding rules before completing and submitting their applications.

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Application procedure

The grant application form is available for completion and submission on-line. All applicants are required to submit their application on-line.

You will find hereunder all relevant documents for Action 4.3 " Support to Youth Workers' Mobility".

Step 1 - Download the new electronic form (referred to as the "eForm" below).

Before you start to fill in your on-line application form, please print and read the user guide.
Download the eForm

You need to have the Adobe Reader version 8.1.5 or higher installed on your computer in order to able to download and complete the eForm. If you don't have it on your computer, please click here to download the latest version of Adobe Reader.

You will also find on this page all technical issues related to the eForm:

Step 2 - Fill in and submit the eForm and annexes

Please complete your application using the Instructions for Applicants and the eForm User Guide Word file en as step by step support.

A paper version of the Application file (print-out of the electronic form and annexes) duly signed by the legal representative must also be sent to the address below before the deadline of 03 September 2012.


Once you have downloaded the eForm you must complete all of the data fields. In addition, you must complete and attach the following additional document/ annexe:


  1. Description of the project: Word file en en en
  2. Detailed budget table: Word file en en en
  3. Declaration of honour by the legal representative of the applicant organisation: Word file en en en

Check List: Word file en en en

Additional mandatory forms to be submitted with the paper version

Supplementary information

  • Grant agreement model:Word file en


For any queries, please contact: eacea-p6@ec.europa.eu

Reference documents

The award of European Union grants is governed by the rules and procedures laid down in:

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