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									                                                                                     Application for:
                                                                           Action 3 - Youth in the world
                                                              3.1 - Cooperation with Neighbouring Partner Countries

                                                                               Training and Networking
                                                                           Version valid as of 1 January 2010
      Please fill in all relevant sections of this application. It is compulsory to annex ALL documents requested in the check list.
      Please consult the Programme Guide to find all the information you need to lead your project and to fill in this application form

       A hard-copy must be submitted to the Cyprus National Agency postmarked on or before the
       day of the deadline. Youth in Action, 06 Evgenias & Antoniou Theodotou street, 1060 Nicosia
       or P.O.Box 20282 2150 Nicosia. An electronic version must also be emailed to the Cyprus
       National Agency info@youth.org.cy
                                                               Please include with your posted application a dated and
                                                               signed cover letter on headed paper stating that the
                                                               applicant is applying for Youth in Action funding. Please
All applications must be both posted to us in 2 x hard copies,
                                                               make sure you use the 2010 application form as
with a postmark date of the latest the 1 st of the month. An
                                                               stated above.
electronic copy should also be sent to info@youth.org.cy



      Please consult the latest Youth in Action Programme Guide to check the criteria on how we assess projects.
      The chapter on Action 3.1 features a section called ‘How to develop a good project’ which makes useful reading.
      Download the PDF version of the programme guide at http://www.youth.org.cy/default.asp?id=315


      Part I. Project identification and summary


      Project number
      To be filled in by the Executive Agency or the National Agency                                          Postmark/Date of receipt




      Name of the applicant                                                                                         Please write the name of the group
                                                                                                                    or organisation, not the name of
      Please indicate the name and acronym of the applicant organisation/
      group.
                                                                                                                    the individual filling in the form.


      Title of the project
      Please give a short title to the project.




      Type of project
         leading to the development of further projects under the Youth in Action Programme

         promoting exchanges, cooperation and training in the field of youth work


      Type of Activity
      Please tick the box corresponding to the Activity for which you are submitting this application. For more information, please
      consult Part B, Action 3.1 of the Programme Guide.

        Type of Activity:                    1. Job shadowing                               5. Partnership-Building activity
        (tick one box only)
                                             2. Feasibility visit                           6. Seminar
                                             3. Evaluation meeting                          7. Training course
                                             4. Study visit                                 8. Networking
        The applicant is:                    a promoter based in a Programme Country
        (tick one box only)                                                                                     1
                                             a promoter based in South East Europe, hosting the Activity
 1
     Promoters based in South East Europe and hosting the Activity can only apply to the Executive Agency.
                                   2
 Duration of the project
 Please indicate the total duration of the project from preparation to evaluation and also the start and end dates of the Activitiy.
                               3
     Start date of the project :                              End date of the project:
     (date when the first costs incur)          /    /        (date when the last costs incur)                      /    /
     The Activity starts:                       /    /        The Activity ends:                                    /    /
     Total duration of the Activity (in days), excluding travel days:
            4
     Venue :City
     and country):                                                                                                      Project end date – add at
 2
     Duration between 3 and 18 months.                                                                           least 2 months onto the
 3
     Please consult the part C of the Programme Guide ("Respect the deadline").                                  activity end date to allow for
     The Activity must take place either in Programme Countries or in Neighbouring Partner Countries involved in completion of the final
 4
                                                                                                                  the project,
     except in Mediterranean Partner Countries.                Activity start/end date refers                    report and other follow-
Project start date refers to the date                             to the dates when the actual                          up/evaluation activities
when any preparation and expenditure                              activity takes place.
(including travel ticket purchase) for the
activity can begin.

There are strict rules regarding the
earliest project start date for each
application deadline e.g. 1 February
deadline: projects must start between 1
May and 30 September. No
expenditure can be made before this
date.




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           Part I. Project identification and summary (cont.)

           Relevance to the general objectives of the Youth in Action Programme
           Please tick relevant box(es).

           The project:
               promotes young people’s active citizenship in general and their European citizenship in particular;
               develops solidarity and promote tolerance among young people, in particular in order to foster social
               cohesion in the European Union;
               fosters mutual understanding between young people in different countries;
               contributes to developing the quality of support systems for youth activities and the capabilities of civil
               society organisations in the youth field;
               promotes European cooperation in the youth field.
                                                                                                            Priorities - Think carefully about
                                                                                                            your choices. It is better to choose
           Relevance to the priorities of the Youth in Action Programme                                     one priority and reflect it clearly in
                                                                                                            your project programme than to
           Please tick relevant box(es).
                                                                                                            choose too many priorities and not
           Permanent thematic priorities                    Annual priorities                               reflect them adequately in your daily
                                                                                                            time table.
               European Citizenship                              European Year for Combating Poverty and Social Exlusion
               Participation of young people                     Youth unemployment
               Cultural diversity                                Global challenges (such as sustainable development, climate
               Inclusion of young people with fewer              change, migrations and the Millennium Developmment Goals)
               opportunities
           National priorities
                If so, please specify:

                                                                                              2010 – European Year for
           Main themes for the Activity                                                       Combating Poverty and Social
           Please tick not more than 2 boxes.                                                 Inclusion; 2011 – European Year of
                                                                                              Volunteering. Please consult the
                  European awareness                                       Minorities         programme guide for more
                  Inter-religious dialogue                                                    information about the priorities.
                                                                           Urban/Rural development

At present no       Anti-discrimination                                    Youth policies
national priorities Art and culture                                        Media and communications/Youth information
have been set for
Cyprus.             Gender equality                                        Education through sport and outdoor activities
                  Disability                                               Health
                 Non-discrimination based on sexual                        Environment
             orientation
                                                                          Roma communities
                  Other - If so, please specify:




                                                Themes - make sure the whole
                                                project reflects the choices you
                                                make here. Please do not tick
                                                more than 2 boxes




          Youth in Action Programme – Sub-Action 3.1 - Training and Networking                              Page 3
Part I. Project identification and summary (cont.)

Summary of the project
Please give a short description of your project (approximately 10-15 lines). Please note that if your project is approved, this
paragraph may be used for publication. Therefore be accurate and include the venue, the type of project, the theme, the
objectives, the duration in days, the countries involved, the number of participants, the implemented activities and the methods
applied. This summary should be completed in English, French or German, regardless of which language you use to fill in the
rest of this application. Please be concise and clear.




                                                               Please note the guidance given here, in
                                                               particular with regards to publication.




Geographical scope of the project
Plase indicate which Neighbouring Partner Countries are involved in the project. Please tick relevant box(es).

         South East Europe                   Eastern Europe and Caucasus               Mediterranean Partner Countries

    Albania                                    Armenia                                    Algeria

    Bosnia and Herzegovina                     Azerbaijan                                 Egypt

    Croatia                                    Belarus                                    Israel

    Former Yugoslav Republic of                Georgia                                    Jordan
     Macedonia
                                               Moldova                                    Lebanon

    Kosovo, under the auspices of the          Russian Federation                         Morocco

     United Nations (UNSCR1244)                Ukraine                                    Palestinian Authority of the

    Montenegro                                                                             West Bank and Gaza Strip

    Serbia                                                                                Syria

                                                                                          Tunisia




                                                                                   Please note: You can not host
                                                                                   activities in Euromed partner
    Please note: You can choose                                                    countries, however you can send
    countries from different                                                       Euromed participants to activities in
    neighbouring partner regions.                                                  programme and the other partner
                                                                                   countries (EEC & SEE).




Youth in Action Programme – Sub-Action 3.1 - Training and Networking                                  Page 4
Part I. Project identification and summary (cont.)




 Composition of the partnership5
                                                                                                                              6
                    Name of promoter                                     Country                        Role in the project




                                                                       TOTAL number of promoters


 5
     Job Shadowing: one promoter from an EU country and one promoter from a Neighbouring Partner Country.
     Feasibility Visit: at least two promoters from different countries, of which at least one is from an EU country and one is
     from a Neighbouring Partner Country.
     Evaluation Meeting, Study Visit, Partnership-Building, Seminar and Training Course: at least four promoters from different
     Programme Countries, of which at least one is from an EU country and two are from Neighbouring Partner Countries.
     Networking: at least six promoters from different Programme Countries, of which at least one is from an EU country and
     three are from Neighbouring Partner Countries.
 6
     Specify whether sending participants or hosting the Activity.




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      Part II. Applicant                                                       These are the details of the group or organisation,
                                                                               not the individual completing the form.
                                                                               Please ensure you complete this section in full,
      A. Details of the applicant                                              providing accurate and up-to-date information.

        Name

        Street address

        Postcode                                                  City

        Region                                                    Country

        Email                                                     Website

        Telephone                                                 Telefax
                                                                                            1
      Correspondence address (please complete if not the same as above) :
      Name
      Street address
                                                                                                            Should your application
      City                                                                                                  be successful, this is
                                                                                                            the address to which all
      Postcode                                                                                              correspondence and
                                                                                                            documents will be sent.

      Person authorised to sign the contract on behalf of the applicant (legal representative)
        Family name (Ms/Mr)                                       First name

        Position/function

                                                                                                                   Please note the
      Person in charge of the project (contact person)                                                             ‘legal representative’
                                                                                                                   cannot be the same
        Family name (Ms/Mr)                                       First name                                       individual as the
        Position/function
                                                                                                                   ‘person in charge of
                                                                                                                   the project (contact
        Email                                                                                                      person)’.
        Telephone                                                 Telefax



                                                                                   Please ensure the details for
                                                                                   ‘Person in charge of the
                                                                                   project (contact person)’ are
                                                                                   correct and include a frequently
                                                                                   checked email address and
                                                                                   mobile phone number. It is vital
                                                                                   for the Cyprus National Agency
                                                                                   to be able to make quick regular
                                                                                   contact with this person.




1
    This is the address to which all correspondence (including contracts) will be sent.


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        B. Profile of the applicant
        Type and status           Non profit/non governmental               Public body
                                  organisation
                                  Body active at European level in          Other – please specify:
                                  the youth field (ENGO)
        Activity level            Local              Regional                  National                European/International
        Please give a short description of your organisation (regular activities, member of, etc.) and describe your competencies and
        motivation to complete the proposed project.




Profile of Applicant
Please tell us why you have
decided to do this project and
describe why it is important to your
group or organisation.




        Has your organisation already received a EU grant?

               No
               Yes - specify funding received or applied for in the last financial year:




        Youth in Action Programme – Sub-Action 3.1 - Training and Networking                                Page 7
Part III. Partner promoter(s)


A. Details of the partner
  Name

  Street address

  Postcode                                                                   City

  Region                                                                     Country

  Email                                                                      Website

  Telephone                                                                  Telefax



Person in charge of the project (contact person)
  Family name (Ms/Mr)                                                        First name

  Position/function

  Email

  Telephone                                                                  Telefax



B. Profile of the partner
Type and status           Non profit/non governmental                  Public body            Informal group of young people
                          organisation
                          Body active at European level in             Other – please specify:
                          the youth field (ENGO)
                                                                 Partner Promoter Agreement
Activity level            Local                   Regional                   National                European/International
                                                          All three sections, i.e:
                          Member organisation of the applicant
Please give a short description of your organisation/group (regular activities, member of, etc.) :
                                                                 - Section A. Details of the partner
                                                                 - Section B. Profile and role of the partner
                                                                 - Section C. Preliminary agreement of the partner

                                                                 must be completed in full, including section C signed and
                                                                 dated in original ink.

                                                                 These sections (A, B and C) must be completed for each
                                                                 partner promoter. Therefore if you are doing a trilateral or
                                                                 multilateral project you will need to duplicate these pages for
                                                                 each promoter.

                                                         Getting these pages signed and returned from your partner
C. Preliminary agreement of the partner
                                                         promoter(s) often takes much longer than expected so
                                                         please plan ahead to allow plenty of time for this.
I, the undersigned, on behalf of (repeat the name of the partner)

                                                           A faxed/scanned copy of these sections Part I):
confirm our participation in each stage of the project (repeat the title of the project as stated incan be submitted
                                                          with your application form provided the originals are then
I declare having reached an agreement with all the promoters involved in the project with regard to the share of
                                                          received by the Cyprus project.
EU grant my organisation/group is entitled to receive in order to implement theNational Agency within 10 working
                                                                 days after the application deadline. If you do this, please
                                                         funding for this organisation’s name and the Agency or
I confirm that my organisation/group has not applied for clearly mark your project to another Nationalproject title to
the Executive Agency.                                    when you post the originals.
Furthermore, I confirm my undertaking to ensure visibility of the European Union support for the project and to
ensure dissemination and exploitation of its results.

Name in capital letters:
Place:                                                                 Signature:
Date:




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Part IV. Participants in the project
                                               If more space is needed, please add rows.



A. Information on the PARTICIPANTS directly involved in the project
Please list below the number of participants from each country, excluding experts, support staff, etc.

                                                                                                               Distribution by gender
                                                                  Number of
    Country of residence                 Promoter                                  Profile of participants
                                                                  participants
                                                                                                                 M                   F




                                                   Subtotal



B. Information on the EXPERTS (speakers, trainers, facilitators, etc.) directly involved
   in the project
    Country of residence                           Promoter                          Role of expert(s)7         Number of experts




                                                                                               Subtotal
7
    Please specify the role of the experts in the Activity (whether speakers, trainers, facilitators, etc.).




C. Information on the SUPPORT STAFF directly involved in the project
Please list below the number of support staff from each country.

                                                                                                                      Number of
    Country of residence                                       Promoter
                                                                                                                     support staff




                                                                                               Subtotal


                                                     8
                                             TOTAL (participants, experts, support staff, etc.)
8
    Eligible total number of participants 1) Job shadowing: up to 2 participants, 2) Feasibility Visits: up to 2 participants per
    promoter, 3) All other activities except Networking: up to 50 participants, 4) Networking: no limitation on the number of
    participants.




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Part V. Project description
The points below are intended to serve as a guide for your description of the proposed activities. The information that is
requested will be very important in the selection process, and later for the running of the project. For further information,
please consult the Programme Guide, part B – Action 3.1.

                                         If more space is needed, please extend boxes.

Objectives and priorities:
Please explain the context, the origin and the objectives of your project and in which way it meets the objectives and the
priorities of the Youth in Action Programme.



          This section needs you to link your objectives to the priorities and themes you chose on page 2.

          Setting objectives is not always easy. Please remember that objectives are specific rather than general.

          Example: if your priority is cultural diversity and your theme is minorities, then one specific objective may
          be that during the activity the participants gain a greater understanding of the many different
          minority communities in Europe.




Project's design:
Please indicate:
 how you found the other promoter(s), how you established an efficient partnership, and how the partner(s) will cooperate
   and be involved in the project,
 the activities foreseen throughout the project for its implementation, including preparatory and evaluation activities.
 the practical arrangements for the implementation of the Activity (food, lodging, transports, etc.)


Please attach an estimated daily timetable of the planned Activity , using the template below.. It should reflect the theme and
objectives of the project and have clear identifiable learning outcomes clearly listed). The template below is for one day of the
activity only and therefore you will need to expand it to include the total number of days for your project)




               The next phase is how you implement the objectives in a non-formal daily programme of
               activities.

               Non-formal learning refers to learning which takes place outside of formal educational
               curricula. Non-formal learning activities involve people on a voluntary basis and are carefully
               planned to foster participants’ personal and social development. They can be described as
               ‘learning through doing’.




                                               Daily time table template:
  Overall aim:             Activity                  Method                       Learning
  Theme:                   (what will we do?)        (How will we do it?)         (Why are we doing it – how does this
                                                                                  activity contribute to the objectives of
  eg. intercultural
                                                                                  the project?)
  dialogue
  Date:
  AM:
  PM:
  Evening:




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         Please use the template timetable below to build your programme of activities. This template is for one
         day only so you will need to expand it to match the number of days your activity will last.

         Each day in the table is broken down into morning, afternoon and evening. For each of these periods you
         need to describe the activity you will do (activity), how you will do it (method) and why you are doing it
         (learning outcome).

         Think about how your objectives and themes can be realised in a daily programme. It is a good idea to
         involve the partner promoters in the decision making process.

         Please do not repeat the same descriptions for different days and avoid copy & pasting generic terms
         from the programme guide.




Project's content and methodology:
Please describe:
 the theme(s) of the project,
 how the main theme reflects the interests and needs of participants,
 the working methods,
 how the planned activities and working methods will contribute to the process of non-formal learning and to the promotion of
   social and personal development of participants involved in the project,
 how the participants will be actively involved in each stage of the project.




             It is very important that you describe in detail how the exchange is going to benefit the
             participants. You must describe the methods you will use and link them to your daily
             programme.




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Intercultural dimension:
Please indicate if and how your project reflects the following characteristics:
 the project increases participants' positive awareness of other cultures,
 the project supports dialogue and intercultural encounters with other participants from different backgrounds and cultures,
 the project helps to prevent and combat prejudice, racism and all attitudes leading to exclusion,
 the project develops sense of tolerance and understanding of diversity.




         Ask yourself – what does the project do?
         Does it promote awareness of other
         cultures? Does it facilitate intercultural
         dialogue? etc.




European dimension:
Please indicate if and how your project reflects the following characteristics; tick box(es) and then describe:
    the project fosters participants’sense of European citizenship and helps them to understand their role as part of the
     present and future of Europe;
    the project reflects a common concern for European society, such as racism, xenophobia and anti-semitism, drug
     abuse…;
     the project’s theme is linked to EU topics, such as EU enlargement, the roles and activities of the European institutions,
     the EU's action in matters affecting young people;
     the project debates the founding principles of the EU, i.e. principles of liberty, democracy, respect for human rights and
     fundamental freedoms, and the rule of law.




      To reflect a European dimension a project should offer the participants the opportunity to identify
      common values with other participants from different countries.

      Projects should also stimulate participants to reflect on the essential characteristics of European
      society which will increase their understanding of being part of a wider European community

      A project with a European dimension should not only ‘discover’ Europe but also - and more importantly
      - aim to build it!




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Impact, multiplying effect and follow-up:
Please explain the expected impact on participants and the local communities involved in the project and which measures
are foreseen to attain this impact. In a long term perspective, please describe how you plan to achieve a multiplying effect
and sustainable impact. Please also explain how you plan to follow up this Training and Networking (e.g. new projects within
the framework of the Youth in Action Programme, continuous contact with the promoter(s), etc.)?




          It can be difficult to anticipate the impact on local communities, plan
          multiplying effects and ensure a sustainable impact. For ideas and
          guidance please go to: www.salto-youth.net/makingwaves

          This guide gives many ideas on how to create more impact and raise
          the visibility of your project.




Visibility:
Apart from the compulsory use of the Programme Logo (please see Part C, Publicity, of the Programme Guide), please
describe:
 how you will ensure the visibility of the project;
 how your project will provide clear promotional added value for the Youth in Action Programme.



         Important: any public communication or publication relating to this YiA-funded project must include the
         following statement in Tahoma font:
         ‘This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.
         This publication/communication reflects the views only of the author, and the
         Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the
         information contained therein. The UK National Agency for the Youth in Action
         programme is the British Council’.
         Please ensure you use the correct logos for the YiA programme and the UK NA in publications and activities
         for which the grant has been provided. Up to date logos can be obtained from the PDF version of the
         programme guide (in section C) or alternatively you can copy & paste the logos from below and then
         expand them. If these obligations are not met then your grant may be reduced.
         .




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Dissemination and exploitation of results:
Please give a detailed description of standard measures planned in view to disseminate and exploit the results of the project.
(For inspiration, please see Part B, Action 3.1 'How to develop a good project?' of the Programme Guide).




           For ideas on dissemination and exploitation of results please see
           www.salto-youth.net/makingwaves/

           The ‘Making Waves’ booklet offers many examples of how to incorporate additional activities into
           your project in order to further increase the long-term impact of your project - activities which are
           designed both to showcase and inform others of your outcomes.




Have you planned additional measures assuring dissemination and exploitation of project's results?             Yes        No
If so, please describe them, give additional information on the target group and include a timetable of your planned activities.




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Part VI. 1. Grant request: only for Activities 1 to 7                                                         ALL ITEMS IN
                                                                                                                EUROS
For further information please consult the Programme Guide for the overview of funding rules and the lump sums/scales of unit
costs.The Executive Agency and the National Agencies may modify the amounts indicated in the grant request according to
the funding rules of the Programme Guide.

Please see Annex I of this application for Cyprus lumpsums and flat rates in 2010. For all
Programme Country rates, please consult the 2010 YiA Programme Guide, page 89.
It is very important to use the correct CΥ lumpsums and flat rates in the table below. Should
an applicant use a flat rate which is lower than the designated UK rate, the UK National
Agency is unable to increase any amounts in order to match the agreed rates as stated in
Annex I. The Cyprus National Agency can not increase a grant request – only lower it.



                                                                              This is Section A where you give the total
                                                                              amount for each item. Further down is
                                                                              Section C Detailed Calculation of Grant
                                                                              Request where you give a breakdown of
                                                                              how you reached each total.

                                                                                     Amount requested     Amount granted
                                                                                         from the      (to be filled in by the
                                                                                      Youth in Action Executive Agency or
                                                                                       programme      the National Agency)

A. Grant requested
  Travel costs (70% of actual costs)
  Accomodation/food costs (scale of unit costs)
  Activity costs (lump sum + scale of unit costs)
  Training tools costs (scale of unit costs) – only for training
  courses
  Exceptional costs (100% of actual costs) – if applicable
Total grant requested from the Youth in Action programme


B. Co-financing                                                                                                       The percentage of
Please consider that the percentage of travel costs not covered by the EU grant should be indicated in this          travel
                                                                                                                   Amount costs not
section.                                                                                                              covered by the grant
  Own resources                                                                                                       should be indicated
                                                                                                                      here - either as your
  Other contributions to this project (please specify each source):                                                   own contribution or that
                                                                                                                      of an external source.
                                                                                                                      This is compulsory for
  Total of co-financing                                                                                               all applications.

Did your organisation apply for/receive an EU operating grant for the current year?                     Yes        No
If so, please specify the contract number:




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C. Calculation of grant request                                                               ALL ITEMS IN EUROS


Participants’ travel costs (including experts and support staff)
Please note: only cheapest means of transport/fares are subject to reimbursement.

                           Number          From                    To                                                Grant
                                                                                       Means       Total costs
        Promoter              of                                                                                   requested
                                                                                    of transport    (100%)
                           persons    (city & country)       (city & country)                                        (70%)


                                                                                                          Please give a breakdown of the
                                                                                                          travel costs here (you may need
                                                                                                          to add additional rows to the
                                                                                                          table to fit everything in.) You
                                                                                       TOTAL              can claim for travel costs from
                                                                                                          home-to-venue and return.

Accomodation/food costs – scale of unit cost calculation (including experts and support staff)
                                                                                          Unit cost
                                                                       Number
               Promoter                  Number of persons                              per night/per            Amount
                                                                       of nights
                                                                                           person




                                                                                           TOTAL


Activity costs – lump sum calculation
                                                                                            Subtotal



Activity costs – scale of unit cost calculation (including experts and support staff)
                                                                                    Please look in the Programme
                                                                       Unit cost    Guide for CY lump sum
                    Promoter                        Number of persons                 Amount
                                                                                    amounts. Please note: if you are
                                                                      per person
                                                                                    hosting your activity in a partner
                                                                                    country (SEE & EEC only) then
                                                                                    you will need to use the partner
                                                                                    country’s lump sums.

                                                                                           Subtotal

                                                                       TOTAL ACTIVITY COSTS


Training tools – scale of unit cost calculation (if applicable)
                   Number of days                                  Unit cost per day                             Amount



                                                                                            TOTAL




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Exceptional costs (if applicable)
Please consult the overview of funding rules for exceptional costs as defined in the Programme Guide.

Specification                                                                                                  Costs



                                                                                           TOTAL
                                                                                    Exceptional costs are any costs
                                                                                    directly related to participants
                                                                                    with fewer opportunities/special
                                                                                    needs or warranted by the
                                                                                    special nature of the activities.
                                                                                    Visa costs, visa-related costs
                                                                                    and vaccination costs.




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Part VI. 2. Budget: only for Networking (Activity 8)                                                    ALL ITEMS IN
                                                                                                           EUROS
For further information please consult the Programme Guide for the overview of funding rules. The Executive Agency and the
National Agencies may modify the amounts indicated in the grant request according to the funding rules of the Programme
Guide.
Please see Annex I of this application for Cyprus lumpsums and flat rates in 2010. For all
Programme Country rates, please consult the 2010 YiA Programme Guide, page 89.
It is very important to use the correct CY lumpsums and flat rates in the table below. Should
an applicant use a flat rate which is lower than the designated CY rate, the CY National
Agency is unable to increase any amounts in order to match the agreed rates as stated in
Annex I. The Cyprus National Agency can not increase a grant request – only lower it.

A. Estimated costs
                                                                                                           Accepted costs
                                                                                                        (to be filled in by the
                                                                                         Amount
                                                                                                       Executive Agency or
                                                                                                       the National Agency)
A.1. Direct cost

     1. Personnel costs
     2. Travel costs
     3. Accommodation/food costs
     4. Meetings costs
     5. Publications/translations/information costs
     6. Dissemination and exploitation of results
                                                                                                 Eligible indirect costs
     7. Other costs directly linked to the implementation of the Activity                        (administrative) is a flat rate that
                                                                                                 must not exceed 7% of the
     Sub-total
                                                                                                 eligible direct costs. Indirect
A.2. Indirect costs                                                                              costs are those costs which are
                                                                                                 not identifiable as specific costs
7. Indirect costs (up to 7% of direct costs; i.e. budget items                                   directly linked to the
1+2+3+4+5+6+7)
                                                                                                 implementation of the project,
Total estimated costs (A.1 + A.2)                                                                but might have nevertheless
                                                                                                 been incurred in connection with
                                                                                                 the eligible direct costs of the
                                                                                                 project. Examples are:
B. Estimated income
                                                                                                 electricity/internet bills, PCs in
                                                                                                          Accepted income
                                                                                                 organisations, printers, costs for
                                                                                                        (to be filled in by the
                                                                                          Amount
                                                                                                 premises etc. Receipts are not
                                                                                                          Executive Agency
                                                                                                            for these indirect costs.
                                                                                                 needed or the National
                                                                                                                Agency)
B.1. EU Grant
     1. Contribution requested from the “Youth in Action Programme” 9                             Please note: Youth in Action will
                                                                                                  only cover 50 % of the total
B.2. Co-financing
                                                                                                  grant. The other 50 % must be
     2. Own resources (including partners)                                                        covered by co-financing. Please
     3. National/regional/local public institutions
                                                                                                  note: The maximum amount of
                                                                                                  the EU grant can not exceed
     4. Private donors                                                                            €20,000.
     5. Other Community funding for this project
     6. Other contributions to this project (please specify each source):

Total estimated income (B.1+B.2)10
9
 50% of total eligible costs can be requested from the Youth in Action Programme (unless alower % of grant is requested by the
applicant). The maximum amount of the EU grant can not exceed € 20 000.
10
     Please note that total estimated income should be equal to total estimated costs.




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Did your organisation apply for/receive an EU operating grant for the current year?                      Yes        No
If so, please specify the contract number:




C. Description of costs                                                                        ALL ITEMS IN EUROS


Personnel costs
Please indicate the personnel costs directly induced by the Activity (including names, functions, whether the person is directly
recruited for this project and the related activities). Separate clearly internal staff of your organisation from the recruited
personnel.

                                                          Internal or     Number of      Gross salary
        Name                 Function       Tasks                                                                Costs
                                                           recruited     days/months      day/month




                                                                                             TOTAL



Travel costs
If applicable, please separate clearly the different phases of your project (e.g. preparation, implementation of the Activity,
evaluation) in the “specification” column. Please note that only cheapest means of transport and fares are subject to
reimbursement. Also include the local transport.

                                                               From               To
                                             Number of                                             Means
     Specification            Promoter                                       Country and                            Costs
                                              persons      Country and                          of transport
                                                              city              city




                                                                                                   TOTAL



Accommodation/food costs
Please estimate the costs for accommodation and food. If applicable, please separate clearly the different phases of your
project (e.g. preparation, implementation of the Activity, evaluation) in the “specification” column.

             Specification                Number of persons         Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                             TOTAL




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Meeting costs
If applicable, please separate clearly the different phases of your project (e.g. preparation, implementation of the Activity,
evaluation) in the “specification” column.

a) Rental of rooms
Specification                                                      Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                           Subtotal

b) Equipment hire
Specification                                                      Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                           Subtotal

c) Interpreting costs (including travel, accommodation and fees)
      Language from/to             Number of interpreters          Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                           Subtotal



d) Hire of booths for interpreting (including equipment)
Specification                                                      Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                           Subtotal

e) Other costs (i.e. material)
Specification                                                      Number of days       Cost per day            Costs




                                                                                           Subtotal

                                                                      TOTAL MEETING COSTS




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Publications/translations/information costs
Please indicate costs for producing and distributing information documents and materials (CD-ROM, video, books, leaflets,
etc.) including the estimated number of copies needed.

a) Publications
Specification                                                       Number of copies   Unit price             Costs




                                                                                         Subtotal

b) Translations
Language from / to                                                   Number of pages   Price/page             Costs




                                                                                         Subtotal

d) Information
Specification                                                                                                 Costs




                                                                                         Subtotal

                             TOTAL PRODUCTION/TRANSLATION/INFORMATION COSTS



Dissemination and exploitation of results
Please indicate costs for disseminating and exploiting project’s results.

Specification                                                                                                 Costs




                                                                                         TOTAL



Other costs
Please indicate potential other costs linked to the implementation of the project.

Specification                                                                                                 Costs




                                                                                         TOTAL




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Part VII. Bank details
Please fill in the details needed for the payment to reach the account of the applicant.



A. Account details
                                                                                            Please ensure all details are correct.
  Account holder

  Address

  Postcode                                                                  City

  Region                                                                    Country



Contact
  Family name (Ms/Mr)                                                       First name

  Email

  Telephone                                                                 Telefax



B. Bank details
  Bank name

  Branch address


                                      Should consist of 8 digits
  Postcode                                                                  City

  Region                                                                    Country

  Account number                                                        It is compulsory to
  IBAN (if applicable)                                                  provide an IBAN
                                                                        number.
  BIC (if applicable)

  Sort Code (if applicable)
Please confirm that your bank accepts BACS payments in Euros for this account
     Yes                                             No


Remarks

                                                                                   Should your application be successful we can
                                                                                   only make the payment using a BACS transfer in
                                                                                   Euros – no other method can be used. Therefore
                                                                                   you will need to check with your bank that your
                                                                                   account can receive this type of payment.




  Signature of account holder + date (obligatory)

                                                                                                          Do not forget to get
                                                                                                          the account holder’s
                                                                                                          signature and date.




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Part VIII. Signature of the legal representative

The applicant undertakes to inform the Executive Agency or the National Agency of all changes affecting the
activities as described in this form.
The applicant allows the European Commission, the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency and
the National Agencies to make available and use all data provided in this application form for the purposes of
managing and evaluating the Youth in Action Programme. All personal data collected for the purpose of this
project shall be processed in accordance with Regulation (EC) N° 45/2001 of the European Parliament and of
the Council on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data by the Community
institutions and bodies.
Data subjects may, on written request, gain access to their personal data. They should address any questions
                                                                                      Please ensure charge of
regarding the processing of their personal data to the Agency (National or Executive) in all sections the
                                                                                      on this page are completed,
management of their application. For projects selected at national level, data subjects may lodge a complaint
against the processing of their personal data with the authority in charge of data protection in their country at any
                                                                                      signed and dated.
time. For projects selected at European level, complaints may be lodged with the European Data Protection
Supervisor at any time.
                                  This participants in its project on the provisions and practices regarding data
The applicant undertakes to inform theis the
                                  organisation name not
protection applied under the Youth in Action programme.
                                     the contact person

Applicant
  Name:                                                                Signature:


Legal representative
  Name in capital letters:
  Place:                                                               Signature:
  Date:




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Part IX. Declaration on honour
To be completed by the person authorised to enter into legally binding commitments on behalf of the applicant.

     I, the undersigned, hereby request a grant from the Youth in Action Programme of EUR …………… to implement the
     action covered by this grant application
     I, the undersigned, certify that all information contained in this application, including project description, is correct to the
     best of my knowledge and am aware of the content of the annexes to the application form.
     I confirm that my organisation has the financial and operational capacity to complete the proposed project.
     I confirm that my organisation has taken the appropriate measures to ensure the protection and safety of participants
     involved in the project.                                                                                You must state the
                                                                                                             total amount that you
     I take note that under the provisions of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the European Union 11,
     grants may not be awarded to applicants who are in any of the following situations:                     are requesting here.
      (a) if they are bankrupt or being wound up, are having their affairs administered by the courts, have entered into an
      arrangement with creditors, have suspended business activities, are the subject of proceedings concerning those
      matters, or are in any analogous situation arising from a similar procedure provided for in national legislation or
      regulations;

      (b) if they have been convicted of an offence concerning their professional conduct by a judgment which has the force of
      res judicata;

      (c) if they have been guilty of grave professional misconduct proven by any means which the contracting authority can
      justify;

      (d) if they have not fulfilled obligations relating to the payment of social security contributions or the payment of taxes in
      accordance with the legal provisions of the country in which they are established or with those of the country of the
      contracting authority or those of the country where the contract is to be performed;

      (e) if they have been the subject of a judgment which has the force of res judicata for fraud, corruption, involvement in a
      criminal organisation or any other illegal activity detrimental to the Communities' financial interests;

      (f) if following another procurement procedure or grant award procedure financed by the Community budget, they have
      been declared to be in serious breach of contract for failure to comply with their contractual obligations;

      (g) if, on the date of the grant award procedure, they are subject to a conflict of interest;

      (h) if, on the date of the grant award procedure, they are guilty of misrepresentation in supplying the information required
      by the contracting authority as a condition of participation in the grant award procedure or fail to supply this information.

     I confirm that neither I nor the organisation for which I am acting as legal representative are in any of the situations
     described above, and am aware that the penalties set out in the Financial Regulation may be applied in the case of a false
     declaration.
     In the event that my grant application is successful, I authorise the Commission/the Agency to publish on its internet site
     or in any other appropriate medium:
                                             Please ensure all
            The name and address of the beneficiary of the grant;
           The subject of the grant;             sections on this page
           The amount awarded and the rate of are completed,
                                               funding of the costs of the approved work programme.
                                                  signed and dated.
     By signing this application form, I accept all the conditions set out in the Youth in Action Programme Guide, published on
     the websites of the European Commission, the National Agencies and the EACEA.




Place:                                                               Date (day/month/year):


Signature:                                                           Stamp of the applicant (if available):
Name in capital letters:
Position/function:


11
     Council Regulation N° 1605/2002 (OJ L248 of 16/09/2002), Commission Regulations N° 2342/2002 (OJ L357 of 31/12/2002)
     and N° 1248/2006 (OJ L227 of 17/08/2006). These can be consulted in the Official Journal online at http://eur-
     lex.europa.eu/JOIndex.do.




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Check list
Before returning this application form to the Executive Agency or to the National Agency, please check the following:

 The application must include the following documents:
            the present application form, duly completed and signed in original by the person authorised to
            enter into legally binding commitments on behalf of the applicant (signatures required in Parts VIII
            and IX of this form), together with the Preliminary agreements of all partner promoters, duly
            completed and signed in original. Please note that Preliminary agreements can be provided in the
            form of fax (when submitting the application) on the condition that they are complemented by
                                                                                             You must supply
            orginals that must be received by the NA before the Evaluation Committee takes place. details if
                                                                                             these
             daily timetable of the planned activity                                                   applying for a grant
                                                                                                       over €25,000

 Additional mandatory documents for grant requests exceeding € 25 000:
     In accordance with the provisions of the Financial Regulation applicable to the general budget of the
     European Communities, all applicant promoters – with the exception of public bodies – to EU funding
                                                                                    ‘National level’ documents:
     exceeding € 25 000 must submit, together with their application form, the following financial means any
            the profit and loss accounts of the applicant,
                                                                                             application submitted to the
                                                                                             Cyprus national agency.
      and
            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 promoters.
     Please note there is no specific form to submit the information outlined above .


 Additional mandatory documents for projects submitted at National level only12:
             only for non-gouvernmental organisations: an extract from the official gazette/trade register,
             and certificate of liability to VAT (if, as in certain countries, the trade register number and VAT
             number are identical, only one of these documents is required);
             only for public bodies: a legal resolution or decision or other official document established in
             respect of the public body;
     12
          These documents do not have to be provided if the applicant has already submitted them in occasion of a previous
          application under the Youth in Action Programme; on the condition that no changes have been occurred in the
          meantime.



 Additional mandatory documents for projects submitted at European level only: official document that
                                                                            Any
                                                                                   clearly shows your binding
            the legal entities sheet duly signed by the person authorised to enter into legallycharity or
                                                                                   company registration number.
            commitments on behalf of the applicant (individual/private companies/public entities). Please note
            that complementary justification documents are required according to the applicant’s status, as
            specified in each type of form. (This sheet can be downloaded from the European Commission’s
                         Any official document that
            website: http://ec.europa.eu/budget/execution/legal_entities_en.htm#en_es_fr)
                          clearly shows an official
             the financial identification sheet duly signed by the person authorised to enter into legally
                          recognition of the status of the
             binding commitments on behalf of the applicant and certified by the bank (original signatures
                          public fill in
             required). Pleasebody. the form relating to the country in which the bank is located, even if the
                                                                              ‘European level’ means any
             applicant organisation is officially registered in another country. (This sheet can be downloaded
                                                                              application submitted at
             from the European Commission’s website: http://ec.europa.eu/youth/program/financial_
             identification_en.html)                                          executive level directly to
                                                                                   the European Commission.




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    ANNEX I – 2010 CYPRUS lump sums and scales of unit costs for Action 3


                                  Action 3.1 – Training & Netwoking

                                    Food and
                                     lodging
                                                                        Activity
                                        per
                                                        Activity       costs per      Training per
                   Country          participant
                                                         costs         participa          day
                                        per
                                                                          nt
                                      night


                       CY                 45              1.150           48               330




                                                                               These are the lum sums
                                                                               and scales of unit cost for
                                                                               Cyprus for calculating the
                                                                               amount to apply for 2010.




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