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.

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.



The Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (Y-GAP) will expose young people in the labour movement in the North to key organizations  in the South, that are pioneering innovative campaigns, approaches and solutions to meet 21st century challenges.

Y-GAP is an exposure and exchange programme for young staff members, activists and volunteers of the Nordic labour movement. Participants will attend a course on Globalisation, Work and Democratic Organisations developed and hosted by the IFWEA Secretariat in Cape Town, South Africa.


The Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (Y-GAP) will expose young people in the labour movement in the North to key organizations  in the South, that are pioneering innovative campaigns, approaches and solutions to meet 21st century challenges.

Y-GAP is an exposure and exchange programme for young staff members, activists and volunteers of the Nordic labour movement. Participants will attend a course on Globalisation, Work and Democratic Organisations developed and hosted by the IFWEA Secretariat in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (Y-GAP) will expose young people in the labour movement in the North to key organizations  in the South, that are pioneering innovative campaigns, approaches and solutions to meet 21st century challenges.

Y-GAP is an exposure and exchange programme for young staff members, activists and volunteers of the Nordic labour movement. Participants will attend a course on Globalisation, Work and Democratic Organisations developed and hosted by the IFWEA Secretariat in Cape Town, South Africa.

The Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (Y-GAP) will expose young people in the labour movement in the North to key organizations  in the South, that are pioneering innovative campaigns, approaches and solutions to meet 21st century challenges.

Y-GAP is an exposure and exchange programme for young staff members, activists and volunteers of the Nordic labour movement. Participants will attend a course on Globalisation, Work and Democratic Organisations developed and hosted by the IFWEA Secretariat in Cape Town, South Africa.