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GLOBAL: IFWEA Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (YGAP) registration is open for 2017!

23.6.2017

IFWEA’s Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (YGAP) takes place annually in the last quarter of the year. YGAP is hosted by the IFWEA Secretariat in Cape Town, South Africa; at the historic labour heritage site, Community House. Community House is home to labour movements, labour research organisations, media and human rights NGOs.

▶️  download the attached brochure "IFWEA YGAP 2017`' to see how to register for YGAP
 
 
Why YGAP?
To develop the next generation of worker educators that can work together and provide the global labour movement with
the education required to tackle the challenges of the 21st century.
 
What is YGAP?
YGAP is an annual exposure and exchange programme for young staff members of IFWEA affiliates and the labour
organisations who are the beneficiaries of their services.
 
YGAP is a transformational learning experience, designed to build a global knowledge community of worker educators and labour organisers who share a common understanding of global challenges and solidarity.
 
Who can attend YGAP?
The programme targets young educators, trade union and youth leaders between the ages of 18 – 35 years, who are computer literate, speak English and committed to building a democratic labour movement.
 
We have affiliates in a number of countries around the world including South Africa, Zimbabwe, Egypt, Nepal, New Zealand, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Philippines, India, Cambodia, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Portugal, Iceland, Switzerland, Finland, the United Kingdom, Bulgaria, Belgium, Bolivia, Peru and the United States of America.

 

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