The GAP Project is a 6 month programme for young people, 18 - 28 years old, who want to discover themselves, engage meaningfully in society, and use their talents and passions to create change and be part of initiatives that have a positive social, cultural and environmental impact.
The three areas
that the GAP Project focusses on – technology, environment and social life – allow us to observe and understand what is actually happening and develop an alternative and contemporary worldview, with hope for the future. We can explore how this worldview affects our identity and our connection with the world around us.
The GAP Project is not intending to simply teach young people what the environmental problems are, how technology has come about or where the answers and ‘change makers’ can be found in society. The intention is to provide a space where we can gain an experience of how all of these obstacles can become a seed that provides new insights into ourselves and the world, and help us travel through this world.