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Learning Alliance Support

General Objective 1 corresponds to Specific Objectives 1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 6

LearningAlliance engages in bringing together - as a neutral intermediary with no vested interests - organisations and institutions in order to create learning alliances with development and positive social change aims.

We are currently helping to establish an international learning alliance based on a project researching the Israeli Wall’s impacts on communities. The WALLPAPER, as the project is known, is an electronic platform for the exchange of knowledge about the topic. The project is hosted by the Laboratory of International Cooperation ( at the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico di Milano, Italy. We will communicate the link to the WALLPAPER platform once it has been launched in the coming weeks.

The contribution from LA is to help bring together players with similar interests in monitoring and researching the impacts of the Wall and to advocate against its negative impacts on communities along its route. To this end LA is in discussions with local universities, Human rights organisations and international academic and research institutions. Our role is to facilitate the exchange of ideas, share and create new bodies of knowledge.




LearningAlliance proudly presents its latest application: The Wall Map*.

This interactive tool can now be accessed through the following link:


Note: In order to be able to view Wall Map* in on your screen please use Firefox browser which is the preferred browser to use. Also you may be asked to install Google Earth plugin if it is not already installed

First Learning Alliance lecture held at the Genevas School of Diplomacy, December 2015



“As a Cornell faculty member and a long term affiliate […] I am acutely aware that […] the Academic Cooperation Palestine Project (now called the Wall Learning Alliance) provides a neutral and non-partisan platform that enables Palestinian and international stakeholders, academics and experts to work together in ways that is unique, innovative and valuable to everyone involved.”

Dr. C. Leuenberger,

Cornell University