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  • 1. YOUTH IN ACTION 2007-2013 Youth in Action 2007 bis 2013
  • 2. YOUTH IN ACTION IN NUMBERS Duration: 2007 - 2013 33 Programme Countries Co-operation with Neighbouring Countries Budget of € 885 Mio Additional for 2012 – 2013: € 31,5 Mio from Eastern Partnership Window
  • 3. Priorities• European Citizenship• Participation of Young People• Cultural Diversity• Inclusion of Young People with Fewer Opportunities• Annual Priorities
  • 4. WHY YOUTH IN ACTION?Aims and objectives: To stimulate active European citizenship To support solidarity among young people To increase mutual understanding To support the quality of the work by youth organisations To facilitate co-operation in youth policies
  • 5. COUNTRIES Programme countries • 27 EU Member States • EFTA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) • Accession countries Turkey, Croatia
  • 6. Neighbouring Partner COUNTRIESSouth East Europe Eastern Europe and Mediterranean Partner Caucasus CountriesAlbania Armenia AlgeriaBosnia and Herzegovina Azerbaijan EgyptFYRO Macedonia Belarus IsraelKosovo Georgia JordanMontenegro Moldova LebanonSerbia Russian Federation Morocco Ukraine West Bank & Gaza Strip Syria Tunisia
  • 7. 2012 - 2013Eastern Partnership WindowAdditional € 31,5 Mio for projects withAM, AZ, BY, GE, MD, UA (withoutRussian Federation!)12,5 MioEUR to be 19 MioEUR to bemanaged by managed by YiAEACEA NAs
  • 8. Eastern Partnership• Promoter from Programme Country  respective National Agency• Promoter from EECA (≠ RU)  Executive Agency in Brussels• Possible Actions: Action 2 & Action 3.1
  • 9. ACTION 2: European Voluntary Service Voluntary service individually or in group Between 2 and 12 months 2 weeks – 2 months for group projects and inclusion projects Programme Countries, Neighbouring Countries Supported by sending and hosting organisation
  • 10. ACTION 3: Youth in the World Youth Exchanges with at least one Programme Country, bi-, tri-, multi-lateral, up to 60 participants, 6 – 21 days, participants 13 – 25 years Training and Network Activities – Job Shadowing – Feasibility Visits – Evaluation Meetings – Seminars – Training Courses – Partnership Building Activities – Study Visits – Networking
  • 11. EaP PrioritiesFor EaP-projects, additional priorities: - focus on young people living in rural or deprived areas - project raising awareness about youth work and promoting the sharing of best practices
  • 12. Eligible Promoters• Accredited Sending-/Hosting Organisation (EVS)• NGOs• Public BodiesEligible Partners• See above and also informal groups• at least one EaP country and one EU country
  • 13. Grants• Action 2 (EVS) – 90% travel costs − Accomodation, food allowance − Pocket money • Action 3.1 (Youth Exchanges, Training & Networking) − 70% travel costs − Lump sum – project costs per participant per night• Both: 100% exceptional costs (visa, inclusion,…)
  • 14. APPLICATION DEADLINESProjects selected at national level (submitted at National Agencies) Application Deadline Project start 1. February 1. May and 31. Oktober 1. May 1. August and 31. January 1. October 1. January and 30. June Project start 3 months after application deadline the earliest
  • 15. APPLICATION DEADLINEProjects selected at European level (submittet at Executive Agency in Brussels) Application deadline Project start 01. February 01. August and 31. December 01. June 01. December and 30. April 01. September 01. March and 31. July Project start 6 months after application deadline the earliest!
  • 16. LINKS, SUPPORTEaP CountriesSALTO Resource Centres Eastern Europe & Caucasus: http://www.salto-youth.net/rc/eeca/ (Information in all languages)Programme CountriesNational AgenciesExecutive Agency: http://eacea.ec.europa.eu/youth/index_en.phpEuropean Commission: http://ec.europa.eu/youth ***THANK YOU***

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