Garikanai Shoko is the Regional Education Officer for BWI Africa and the Middle East. He speaks about working with IFWEA, and his aims for worker education.Read More
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Founded in 1947, IFWEA is the only international organisation for worker educator associations. We provide a global space for workers to share resources and deepen their understanding of the transformative role of trade union and community struggles.
We provide global education to trade unions and member-based associations in worker communities. Our programmes include Study Circles, Certificate Courses and an annual youth leadership project (YGAP), and we also facilitate webinars, online dialogue and research.
Study circles enable small groups to learn together about how to advance their interests. They are essential for grassroots leaders to build up vibrant, democratic organisations. IFWEA study circles cover a range of topics including training for shop stewards, moderating online workshops, IT skills and more.KNOW MORE
The Foundation Skills for Social Change (FSSC) certificate programme is for leaders in trade unions and community organisations. The courses, designed by IFWEA affiliates with specific expertise, are user-friendly, relevant and practical. They include topics such as women’s leadership, and how to design online coursesKNOW MORE
IFWEA envisions a world where all working people have access to lifelong learning opportunities which enable them to claim and exercise their inalienable rights, responsibilities and freedoms as global citizens.
To build a global knowledge community which facilitates cooperation between worker educators, to advance knowledge, education methodology and practices of democratic worker organisations promoting freedom, justice and equality.
The Youth Globalisation Awareness Programme (YGAP) is a vibrant exposure and exchange programme for young staff members of IFWEA affiliates and associated labour organisations. The programme develops the next generation of worker educators tackle the challenges of the 21st century.KNOW MORE
To find out more about our 2021 YGAP programme, and to sign up, click the button below.
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