Theme: Accessible Tourism
Posted Date : 18th September, 2020
Andreas, Daphne and Yiannis, the founders of Clio Muse in 2014, shared a common concern: the world was missing a global platform that would connect the world’s cultural heritage, while being scalable and sustainable. Our initial ambition was to bring people back to the museums. Therefore, from the very beginning, we collaborated with Greece’s world-class […]
Posted Date : 10th September, 2020
The World Tourism Forum Lucerne is the only tourism platform where international top-level decision makers from industry, government, academia and finance collaborate on future challenges together with tomorrow’s generation. Founded in 2008, the Forum has developed continuously and has built up a worldwide network of personal relationships. We cordially invite you to join this exceptional […]
Posted Date : 26th August, 2020
Kra Travel (Kra Integrated Solutions Ltd), an indigenous Ghanaian Private Sector Social Enterprise (SE). Through this initiative will plan, organize, provide and amplify Tourism, Travel and Hospitality industrial sector skills training and capacity-building, other public, social and cultural events, activities and experiences. For one of the most vulnerable minority groups, who are often taken for […]
Posted Date : 20th August, 2020
The “Africa Tourism & SDGs Virtual Summit 2020” seeks to bring Tourism and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 2030 Stakeholders together to look for ways to fast-track the achievement of the SDGs in Africa through tourism while capitalizing on the UNWTO’s Tourism4SDGs campaign. Topic: The Role of Tourism In Fast-tracking The Achievement of […]
Posted Date : 12th August, 2020
Today Colombia’s Government, has made an effort making rigorously and feasibly biosafe protocols for his nation. It has concentrated in generating a spinal cord norm R000666 and adding to it different sub sector biosafe standard protocols. We as AVIA Bios 360 have concentrated on the tourism sector. We have based on the Colombian Law R000666 […]
Posted Date : 4th August, 2020
This guide is intended to help empower museums (small, large and of any kind, anywhere), museum workers, museum networks and their partners to contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs for short).
Posted Date : 1st July, 2020
The Programme of Finnish Government, is ‘Inclusive and competent Finland – a socially, economically and ecologically sustainable society’. Meanwhile, Finland’s Arctic Strategy, driving sustainable development in the Arctic, has set sustainable tourism as one of its priorities. Furthermore, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment, responsible for Finland’s updated tourism strategy, has identified four priorities […]
Posted Date : 2nd June, 2020
The COVID-19 lockdown has avoided all of  us to walk down our amazing cities, to breathe the healthy air of narrows streets, and avoided our minds to run back on the history and magnificence of ancient churches and monuments.  It is because of this that our imagination started an un-expected flight, looking for new perspective […]
Posted Date : 29th May, 2020
Walk outside the COMMON in the green heart of Bergamo, without being trapped by the consumerism of the city’s tourist routes! The COVID emergency must increase a sustainable use ( but not only for tourist) of the territory of Bergamo and Città Alta. Phase 2 must be a stimulus to adopt timely innovative ideas that […]
Posted Date : 25th May, 2020
The EU UNESCO4ALL TOUR is an innovative, experiential, inclusive and transnational cultural tourism product combining together different but common UNESCO cultural WH sites in Europe by a thematic narrative logic. The tourism packages are fully focused on UNESCO built heritage and in particular on churches, monasteries and cathedrals, thus according to a “spiritual” narrative logic […]