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INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITIES ORGANISATION (ICO)

RE: MANDATE LETTER FOR MI-YE

Management International for Young Entrepreneurs (MI-YE) is a project


outlined under KA2 Capacity Building in the field of Youth (Programme
Countries and in the Partner Countries from the Western Balkans ). MI-YE
includes mobility of young people and youth workers for a training course in
Albania for 8 days (including travel days).

ICO (International Communities Organisation) believes that once we increase the


incomes of young people, this will allow them to access health care, education, improved
housing and more varied diet. Young people will accordingly increase their self-esteem
and the status of their community. This is why ICO highlights the relationship between
business activities and human rights issues. Through MI-YE we want to spread this to
more places and more people. Business and CSO run by youth and for youth can
contribute the creation of innovative measures and implementation of current social
problems.

The workshops will be a chance to learn from experienced entrepreneurs running small
businesses and CSO activities in Western Balkans and in Europe, help new young people
to acquire new skills need to be their own boss by run their own small businesses or
organisations. They will have chance to learn from real life experiences, calculate the risks
and take measures before starting up their own business journey.

Young people would be amazed by their own ideas and entrepreneurship skills, once
they get a chance to included in the sectors that they are interested in. Therefore we will
assist them to answer their own hesitancies like “new ideas”, “risks”, “guidance”,
“explore European market”, “business knowledge” and “social responsibility”. We aim
to create cooperation between experienced entrepreneurs and fresh- entrepreneurs. Our
consortium wants to start up a collaboration among Western Balkans, and Europe . They
will get chance to ask questions and answer those questions together with experts and
their entrepreneurship team.

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This youth mobility and training of youth workers will plant seed for young people to
set-up and run their own firm or organisation. This will be provided by introduced
different business models and marketing strategies i.e. social and/or traditional media.
They will also find a chance to think about social responsibility, the topics will cover
human rights and ecology.

Specific Objectives:
- develop international contacts
- get to know more about European and Western Balkan Market.
- Strengthen their leaderships skills
- Meet business people
- Explore cooperation opportunities
- Find innovative solutions within a multicultural environment
- Expand a business to another country
-Think Socially (Social responsibility of entrepreneurs, a link to human rights and
ecology)

How long this mobility will take place:

Participants will join an 8-day capacity building activity in summer 2017 (TBC), most
probably in June or July, but the International Communities Organisation holds the right
to change the time due to the bureaucratic and administrative processes in the
organisation and/or the Erasmus+ programme Education, Audiovisual and Culture
Executive Agency in Brussels).

Costs

Once the Erasmus+ Programme approves MI-YE’s application, and the consortium is
granted to a fund, this project will be financed by the Education, Audiovisual and
Culture Executive Agency. Being selected for this course, all costs (accommodation,
travel, training costs etc.) relevant to participation in the course will be covered by the
ICO involved in this project. Once our administration officers received participants
boarding passes and/or transport receipts, their travel expenses will be reimbursed at the
end of the project. All the accommodation, food and venue will be covered by the
project during this mobility time and the training course.

Participant Profile
Young people, and/or young volunteers, and/or youth workers aged between 13 and 30
resident in the countries of the sending and receiving organisations and can
communicate in English

▪ Who are interested in networking for entrepreneurship


▪ Who wants to improve their entrepreneurship skills
▪ Who wants to contribute a capacity building project for the purpose of MI-YE
E.g. Young people that has motivation to be a part of the MI-YE

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E.g. New entrepreneurs, firmly planning to set up their own business or have already
started one within the last three years
E.g. Experienced entrepreneurs who own or manage a Small or Medium-Sized
Enterprise

(P.S. The participant profile is not only restricted to the examples above.)

We encourage applications from all parts of the society, especially young people
with fewer opportunities.


Partner Organisaiton’s Responsibilities:

(Type 1, applicable to all partners.)

- Be a sender organization (i.e. recruitment of participants minimum 4 people;


Publicize this training course in the country to recruit those participants, respect
gender equality during the selection of participants)
- Respect and assist the dissemination of the project outcomes (relevant expenses
will be covered within the project e.g. printings and other expenses allowed under
the Erasmus+ rules; or the printed materials will be sent to the organisations by
post and/or online materials will be shared over internet accounts.

(Type 2, this section is only applicable to our local partner in Albania, Liburnetik
Organisaiton. Other partners are not responsible of arranging the venue.)

Type 1 responsibilities and plus the followings:

- Arrange the venue: e.g. accommodation, food, refreshments, and workshops


rooms, and necessary materials and the mobility of the capacity building training
in their own community/country (the budget will be fully or partly allocated to
the partner organization according to the Erasmus+ programme rules)

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I, the undersigned,

[forename and surname of the legal representative of the partner organisation


signing this mandate],

............................ Ivana Tomasevic..............................


………..........................................................................

representing,

[full official name of partner organisation] [ACRONYM]

……Business Start-Up Centre Bar…......[BSC BAR].............................................

[official legal status or form]

………...NGO- Foundation.............................................................

[official registration No]

…153-Official Doc. Number 05-006/09-10327/2..............................................

[full official address]

…Bulevar Revolucije BB, Poslovni Centar Kula A ,85000 Bar,Montenegro............

………..........................................................................

[VAT number],

……….........N/A.................................................................

hereinafter referred to as "the partner organisation" or "my organisation",

for the purposes of participating in the project Management International for Young
Entrepreneurs under the Erasmus+ programme (hereinafter referred to as "the
project")

hereby:

1. Mandate

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[International Communities Organisatio] [ICO]

[Private Limited Company ]

[10400857]

[106 Mount Street, W1K 2TW, London UK]

[VAT number],

represented by [James Holmes, Director]

(hereinafter referred to as "the coordinator”)

To submit in my name and on behalf of my organisation the project application for


funding within the Erasmus+ programme Education, Audiovisual and Culture
Executive Agency in Brussels. hereinafter referred to as "the Agency”

In case the project is granted by the Agency, to sign in my name and on behalf of my
organisation the grant agreement and its possible subsequent amendments with the
Agency.

2. Mandate the coordinator to act on behalf of my organisation in compliance with the


grant agreement.

I hereby confirm that I accept all terms and conditions of the grant agreement and, in
particular, all provisions affecting the coordinator and the other beneficiaries. In
particular, I acknowledge that, by virtue of this mandate, the coordinator alone is
entitled to receive funds from the Agency and distribute the amounts corresponding to
my organisation's participation in the project.

I certify that the information related to my organisation contained in this application is


correct and that my organisation has not received/applied for any other EU funding to
carry out the activity which is the subject of this project application.

I hereby accept that my organisation will do everything in its power to help the
coordinator fulfil its obligations under the grant agreement, and in particular, to
provide to the coordinator, on its request, documents or information may be required
in relation to the grant agreement.

I hereby declare that the organisation I represent is not in any of the situations of
exclusion set out in the project application and that it has the operational and financial

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capacity to complete the proposed action or work programme as set out in the project
application.

I hereby declare to agree on behalf of my organisation that the provisions of the grant
agreement shall take precedence over any other agreement between my organisation
and the coordinator that may have an effect on the implementation of the grant
agreement, including this mandate.

This mandate shall be annexed to the [project application/grant agreement] and shall
form an integral part of the grant agreement in case the project is selected for funding.

SIGNATURE

Forename surname, function of the legal representative of the mandating partner


organization:

……………………………………

…………………………………….

[signature]

………………

Done at [place], [date]:

……………..

[James Holmes],
[International Communities Organisation] [ICO]

[signature]

Done at [London, UK], [27.02.2017]

In duplicate in English