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Retrospective BWBW 2023


From April 23 to 30, 2023, young adults from Switzerland, Israel, Palestine, Ireland and Northern Ireland renovated dry stone walls that crossed the borders between their cultures.

Keystone about BWBw Romandie


"KEYSTONE-SDA-ATS AG" visits us in Gryon in French-speaking Switzerland to report on the intercultural encounter project "BWBW".


Report RTS


From the 10th minute you will find a report on the BWBW Jura 2021 project.

Solothurner Zeitung

Building walls against demarcation.

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Bieler Tagblatt

Building walls to tear down walls.

Schulblatt AG/SO

Education far away from the classroom and everyday coronavirus life.

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DU Magazin

Why building dry stone walls with volunteers connects cultures from all over the world.

Solothurner Zeitung

Grenchenberg 16 young people from four countries renovated a dry stone wall together.

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During the day they renovate a dry stone wall, in the evening they discuss borders, freedom and discrimination.

Der Murtenbieter

Working together, intercultural discussions and an immersion in Irish culture were part of the program.



In’jamna interculturala ell’Irlanda.

Bâtir des murs pour apprendre à connaître l’autre

Un projet commun pour des jeunes de la région, d’Irlande, d’Israël et de Palestine.

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Grenchner Tagblatt

Young people from different conflict regions lay the foundations for friendship on the Jura - an insight.

SRF Kulturplatz

Swiss television accompanied the intercultural project Building Walls - Breaking Walls in Israel and recorded the impressions and most important experiences of the participants.




TV report by Rhaeto-Romanic television on the "Building Walls - Breaking Walls Grischun" project.

National Magazine for Community development

Wall-Builders of the World unite!

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Palestinians, Israelis, Irish and Swiss renovate dry stone walls in the Jura.

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