Young Swiss living abroad renew their ties with their parents’ home country

The OSA, Organisation of the Swiss Abroad, helps children and grandchildren of Swiss migrants maintain a strong cultural tie with their parents’ or grandparents’ homeland. Every year about 400 young adults visit Switzerland for sports camps and language courses. (Raffaella Rossello,

This content was published on July 21, 2011 - 09:51
Raffaella Rossello

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