Enhancing capacities for a pluralistic Alpine Space


  • Alpine Pluralism Award - special mention: The Beggars Academy

    Do you find begging humiliating and disturbing? Do you think that banning it is the only solution? The Beggars Academy strives for small, concrete solutions around this issue.

  • Music knows no boundaries - The CoroMoro Choir

    2014: a group of migrants arrives in a mountain village in Piedmont/I. They meet Luca and Laura, become their friends and start to sing with them, at first just to learn Italian. They end up in a multicultural choir, where they sing Italian folk songs enriched by their African memories.

  • Alpine Pluralism Award Winner: Be engaged

    “Be engaged” is  aiming at increasing and supporting civil engagement through volunteer coordinators and engaged persons. It is active in 18 municipalities in the rural area of the Bregenzerwald and Leiblachtal/A. “Be engaged” help local societies to deal with the integration of migrants into local societies by motivating citizens to participate in the integration process.

  • Alpine Pluralism Award Winner: Finally allowed to work

    The project “Finally allowed to work” from Vorarlberg/AT offers individual consultation to refugees, develops individual competences and goals and assesses how these goals can be reached.

  • Alpine Pluralism Award Winner: Solidarity Walls

    "Thanks to a joint community building effort, a piece of land that had been abandoned for over 50 years was regenerated: it is now ready to be cultivated and start produce agricultural products again, as it did for centuries”.