/Entry into force: 2016-03-15/
section 1 of this regulation contains rules on State subsidies to businesses in which various social actors interact in order to facilitate the establishment of working and social life for the young women and men who are NEET or at risk of falling into such a situation.
Government subsidies provided to the extent that the availability of funds.
Conditions for State aid
section 2 of the Government subsidies may be provided to local authorities for activities in which various social actors, for example. municipalities, county councils, Government, industry and civil society organisations, work together in order to facilitate the establishment of working and social life for the young. Activities will mainly be focused on young women and men aged 15-25 years, NEET or at risk of falling into such a situation. In business, an outreach work.
Government grants may also be given to coordinating unions referred to in the Act (2003:1210) on financial coordination of rehabilitation efforts for such activities as specified in the first subparagraph.
Applications and decisions on State aid
section 3 of the application for State subsidies submitted to the Agency for youth and civil society issues, examining issues of and pays the premium.
The application shall be in writing. The applicant shall provide the Authority for youth and civil society issues provide the documents and information necessary to examine the application.
In the application, a municipality shall disclose whether the State aid has been applied for by the municipality for the promotion of such local agreement referred to in the Regulation (2015:502) on collaboration to reduce youth unemployment.
paragraph 4 of the decision on State aid, it should be made clear for which activities the grant is awarded.
A decision to grant a contribution may be subject to conditions.
The conditions shall be set out in the decision.
In the allocation of State aid, the authority shall pay particular attention to applications from both municipalities or associations which have no coordination activities of the current battle, both applications relating to operations in which the young newcomers ' needs special consideration.
§ 5 The that has received State aid under this Regulation shall provide to the authority for youth and civil society issues how the funds have been used. Report shall include a description of the activities for which funds have been used to, the results achieved and the experiences of the business.
section 6 of the Youth Authority and civil society issues, in their annual display say what that has got Government grants under this regulation and the amounts.
The authority shall, in addition, by 1 March 2019 to Government provide a summary of the activities of paid contributions have been used to, the experiences of the business and, if possible, provide a comprehensive assessment of the effects in relation to its purpose.
Refunds and chargebacks
section 7 of The program have received Government grants under this regulation is liable to repay, if
1. the premium has been provided on improper grounds or with excessive amounts,
2. the refund entirely or partially unused or has not been used for the purpose for which it has been granted,
3. the recipient does not submit such a report referred to in paragraph 5, or
4. the recipient did not comply with conditions as is apparent from the order for refund.
section 8 if anyone is liable to refund under section 7, the public authority for youth and civil society issues decide to fully or partially recover the State contribution. If there are special reasons for it, the authority may for the youth and civil society issues completely or partially waive a claim for a refund.
§ 9 Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.
1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 15 March.
2. Regulation expires at the end of 2018.
3. The repealed Regulation, however, is still a) contributions that have been decided before 1 January 2019, and
(b)) the report and statement shall be submitted in accordance with paragraph 6.