Article 1 this regulation lays down provisions on State aid to
1. children's and youth organizations, and
2. organisations for children and young people at the local level.
Refunds shall be given for one year at a time, subject to availability of funds.
section 2 of the inquiries about refunds under this regulation be reviewed by
Authority of youth and civil society issues.
The purpose of the grant
3 § the purpose of the grant is to support children and young people
independent organisation and influence in society.
4 section With child and youth organisation under this regulation
such an organization which satisfies the conditions laid down in section 8 and where
at least 60 percent of the members are between the ages of 6 to 25.
5 § With a member of a children's and youth organization within the meaning of this
Regulation a person who
1. hold membership in one or more Member organizations in
Organization, or in a children's and youth organization
organizes the national minorities in Sweden,
2. has the statutory ability to influence decisions about
the Organization's activities and direction, and
3. the year immediately preceding the year in which the grant application is done, active
committed to a membership by having paid
membership fee, applied for or otherwise confirmed
section 6, With membership based on a children's and youth organization referred to
for the purposes of this regulation, a non-profit organization
1. as democratically adopted statutes and is entered in the
the Organization's directory of member associations,
2. who have bodies designated or represented by the members of
to decide on the Association's activities and finances,
3. where at least 60 percent of the members are between the ages of 6-25, and
4. not only do business that is temporary
section 7 With under this regulation during the State
the financial year.
Conditions for refund
section 8 Subsidies may only be provided to an organization applying for
1. is a non-profit organization in which membership in both
the Organization and its member associations are voluntary,
2. is independent and democratically structured,
3. in its operations respects the democratic ideas, including
equality and non-discrimination, and
4. has operated in Sweden for at least two years before the
the grant application.
9 § Contributions must not be made to an organization which has debts
for Swedish taxation of the Swedish Enforcement Administration
or are in liquidation or bankruptcy.
Forms of grants
10 § Contributions take the form of
1. organizational contributions to children's and young people's organisations
in accordance with the specific conditions laid down in the 11 to 13 and 15 sections,
2. Organization's contribution in support of child and
youth organisations ' member associations according to the specific
conditions set out in section 14, and
3. project grants to organizations working for children and
young people at local level according to the specific conditions set out in
16 and 17 sections.
Special conditions for organizational contributions
section 11 of the Organisation contributions may be given to a child and
1. at least 1 000 members between the ages of 6-25, and
2. Member associations in at least five counties.
12 § Organization grants may also be provided to a child and
youth organisations representing national minorities in
1. have at least 200 members aged 6-25, and
2. carries out the function of locally rooted business that has a
adequate geographical distribution in relation to
the Organization's members.
13 § Organization grants may also be provided to a child and
youth organization representing people with
disabilities and who have
1. at least 200 members aged 6-25, and
2. Member associations in at least three counties.
section 14 of the organisation contributions in support of child and
youth organisations ' member associations must be submitted to a
such children and youth organisation referred to in 11, 12 or
section 13 of the refund will be the Organization's
regular member associations and long-term local activities
15 § Organizational contribution under section 10 of the 1 and 2, for a maximum period of three
during consecutive even submitted to a child and
youth organization that does not meet the conditions set out in paragraphs 11-13.
The Organization has a limited membership base, are supported
referred to in the first subparagraph shall be provided for more during if there is
Special conditions for project grants
16 § project grants may be given to an organization even if the
is not a children's and youth organization.
section 17 project grants may be given for projects at the local level with
particular purpose to support children's and young people's independent
Organization and influence in society.
Project grants as referred to in the first subparagraph may be provided for a project
for a maximum of three during.
Project support may not be used for administrative expenses in
the organization or member clubs ' regular activities.
section 18 application for refund should be made in writing by the organization.
The application may be transferred electronically to the Agency for
Youth and civil society issues. Regulation (2014:74).
section 19 applications must state the number of members in
the Organization, number of members between the ages of 6 to 25 and the number of
Member associations. An auditor should review this information.
The auditor's report on the review to be attached to the application.
Information on members and member societies shall relate to
situation on 31 december of the year before the application is submitted to the
Authority of youth and civil society issues, or by a
other time as Authority for youth and
civil society Affairs determines. Regulation (2014:74).
section 20 of the Organization shall submit the documents and information to
Authority of youth and civil society issues
the authority needs to be able to examine the application.
section 21 in an application for organizing contributions according to section 10 2, children
and youth account policies and
approach to how the refund will come
member clubs ' regular and long-term local activities
Calculation of and decisions on grants
section 22 of the organizational subsidy under the specific conditions laid down in
11-14 § § consists of a fixed amount and, on the other hand, a moving amounts
based on the number of members between the ages of 6 to 25 and the number of
member unions in the organization.
A member association may participate in only one organizational documents
for the calculation of contributions.
section 23 of the Organisation contributions in accordance with the conditions set out in section 15,
consists of a fixed amount equal to the fixed amount
left for organizational subsidy under the specific conditions
specified in §§ 11-13.
section 24 of the assessment of the size of the organisation contributions in accordance with the
10 § 1 and 2, the Authority for youth and
civil society issues to take into account the reorganization may other
State Organization's contribution as well as on the Organization's
Member societies receive contributions from Sweden's Riksidrottsförbund.
section 25 where the authority of youth and civil society issues
determines the size of the Organization's contribution to a children's
and youth organisation representing people with
disabilities, the Agency may take into account the fact that
the Organization's activities are particularly resource-intensive.
section 26 of the decision to award grants to last day for
accounts in accordance with section 27 of the specified. The decision may be subject to conditions.
Conditions should be clear from the decision.
section 27 of an organization which has received grants are required to
provide such financial and other reporting to the Authority
of youth and civil society issues such as authority.
An accountant to audit the accounts. The auditor's report on
the review shall be attached to the report. If the contribution has
received amounted to at least five price base amounts according to Chapter 2. 6
and 7 of the social security code, the review should be done by a
authorized or certified public accountant. Regulation (2014:74).
section 28 of an organization that has received contributions is required to
the request of the administration of youth and civil society issues
provide the information the authority needs to
review financial statements. Regulation (2014:74).
section 29 of the National Agency for youth and civil society issues, in
its annual report provide a comprehensive accounting of what has
received contributions and the amounts. Authority for youth and
civil society issues must also not later than 1 June of each year
the Government will submit a summary statement of what
the contributions have been used to. If possible, the authority shall also
account the effects in relation to the purpose of the
State aid within the meaning of this regulation. Regulation (2014:74).
Refunds and chargebacks
section 30 of the recipient of grants under this regulation are
repayment required if
1. the receiver by providing incorrect information or other
way has caused that the contribution has been delivered incorrectly or with
for large figure
2. the grant of any reason other than those specified in 1 has been provided
improperly or with excessive amount and the recipient should have
3. the receiver does not leave such accounts referred to in section 27,
4. the conditions in the decision on the contribution have not been respected.
The recipient of the allowance under section 10 of the 3 is also
repay if subsidy in whole or in part does not have
been used or has been used for the purpose for which it has
section 31, If a beneficiary is obliged to refund in accordance with
section 30, the Authority of youth and civil society issues
decide to fully or partially recover the premium. If the
There are special reasons for it, the Agency may for youth and
civil society issues decide to waive recovery in whole or
in part. Regulation (2014:74).
section 32 Authority of youth and civil society issues
notify the regulations necessary for the execution of
This regulation. Regulation (2014:74).
33 § Decision pursuant to this Regulation may not be appealed.
1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 2011 and apply
the first time in the case of grants for the grant year 2013.
2. Regulation (2001:1060) concerning State aid to
youth organisations should expire at the end of
2012. The repealed Regulation, however, is still too
contributions which have been granted before 1 January 2013.