|The National Agencies provide the official application forms. These may also be
downloaded from the Commission's and other websites (see Annex). Applications
should be submitted by the deadlines indicated in section B.5. Please contact
the National Agency in your country for assistance with filling in the forms.
One of the partner organizations takes the lead in submitting the application as
well as in implementing the project. This coordinating organization is
responsible for submitting the grant application to the National Agency of the
|the project will take place (activities 1-6)|
|the project is coordinated (activities 7-9)|
European youth organizations which are based in one of the
countries and have member branches in at least eight Program countries may
apply directly to the European Commission or through their national branches to
the relevant National Agency.
Once the activity has been approved, a financial agreement (contract) with the
beneficiary will govern the use of Community funds. The coordinating
organization will receive the grant for the whole project. It is responsible for
transferring, to each partner organization, its respective share of the grant
and for reporting and presenting final accounts. It also undertakes to fulfill
its contractual obligations and should implement the project according to what
is set in its application.
The European Commission, or a National Agency, may carry out on-site visits to
check that all contractual obligations are being properly fulfilled.
If, in the course of the project, unforeseen circumstances disrupt its
implementation, the partners should immediately contact their National Agencies,
or the European Commission, to make appropriate arrangements.
Failure to carry out the project as agreed could lead to the National Agency, or
the European Commission, recovering part, or all, of the grant.