Between 07.08.19 – 16.08.19, in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kljuc took place a Youth Exchange entitled “Make art, not walls”, organized by the German organization Mostar Friedensprojekt e.V. The project was attended by 7 countries, Bosnia (host country), Germany (organizing country), Greece, Moldova, Ukraine, Portugal and Denmark. As part of the project, the participating countries had the opportunity to work together on the topic of discrimination, radicalization, racism and nationalism, combining the solutions found in the process with an art piece. Within 10 days, the youth learned about terms of radicalization, discrimination, racism, nationalism. They were able to address these issues by exchanging experiences and ideas with an art note. Young people were inspired to make a change in their communities and to contribute to the improvement of their societies by promoting peace, equality and inclusion. The activities of the project were carefully organized, according to the topic. In addition to the main theme, we met new cultures, learned about the political, social and economic situations in these 7 countries, discussing this with the participants. In cultural evenings we had the opportunity to get acquainted with the traditions of certain countries. The activities led us slowly, but carefully, to the main point of the youth exchange, and more precisely to the presentation made in the city of Jajce. For the presentation, the participants had the chance to choose one of the 3 groups, with different topics: photo exhibition, graffiti and play. The main objective of these three groups was to raise society’s awareness of discrimination, radicalization, racism and nationalism.