The European Commission, or a National Agency, may carry out on-site visits to
check that all contractual obligations are being properly fulfilled.
If, in the course of the project, unforeseen circumstances disrupt its
implementation, the partners should immediately contact their National Agencies,
or the European Commission, to make appropriate arrangements.
Failure to carry out the project as agreed could lead to the National Agency, or
the European Commission, recovering part, or all, of the
Both sending and host groups are obliged to arrange respectively for their
group's insurance. This must cover illness, accident, death, permanent
disability and repatriation in case of serious illness or accident. Insurance
must also cover civil liability and the loss of identification and travel
documents. This insurance must be complementary to cover under national social
security systems, if the young person benefits from this by virtue of an E 111
or similar form.
Insurance contracted by the European Commission is recommended to both sending
and host groups, particularly those sending organizations running mobility
activities in the context of third country cooperation. However, they may also
deal with other insurance companies, as long as the quality of the cover is the