Theme: Private Sector and CSR/Ethics
Posted Date : 23rd October, 2019
The person-centered annual “Challenged Expedition” is a social and humanitarian values and impact creation driven event. It is a strategic and purposeful field trip, tour or excursion organized for Persons with Special Needs, Disabilities, Reduced Mobility and Physically or Mobility Challenged free of charge. “Challenged Expedition” is planned, organized and hosted by the Ghana based […]
Posted Date : 23rd October, 2019
The “II TOURISM INNOVATION MEETING: INTERACTION BETWEEN ACADEMY, MARKET, PUBLIC SECTOR AND CIVIL SOCIETY”, designed by UNIGRANRIO Tourism Research Center, coordinated by Professor Deborah Moraes Zouain, aims to stimulate the interaction between the different actors in the field of tourism, so that innovation in the destination happens. The event will be held on October 29, […]
Posted Date : 16th October, 2019
The person-centered annual “Challenged Expedition” is a social and humanitarian values and impact creation driven event. It is a strategic and purposeful field trip, tour or excursion organized for Persons with Special Needs, Disabilities, Reduced Mobility and Physically or Mobility Challenged free of charge. “Challenged Expedition” is planned, organized and hosted by the Ghana based […]
Posted Date : 19th September, 2019
The Green Wall was founded in 2019 by Acacia Sustainability to provide consumers with sustainable alternatives to products and services used every day. The Green Wall aims to empower everyday consumers with information about products and services that are being sold today to reduce consumers impact on the environment. We hope that this will help […]
Posted Date : 23rd August, 2019
In line with World Tourism Day, Lumina Foundation for Integral Human development through the Network of Professional Researchers and Educators and Lyceum of the Philippines University Batangas through the College of International Tourism and Hospitality Management will host the first LAYAG whose aim is to gather academicians, researchers and industry partners to share their research […]
Posted Date : 23rd August, 2019
The Sociology of Leisure and Tourism course at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) will help undergraduate students to understand tourism from a sociological perspective. Students will analyze and study topics such as: -Sociological perspectives on environmental sustainability in tourism -Sociological perspectives on cultural sustainability in tourism -Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals -The […]
Posted Date : 20th August, 2019
In response to the disbandment of the Japan Ecolodge Association, the GSTC recognized standard, Environmentally Sustainable Accommodations International Standard (ESAIS), has transferred all its rights to Asian Ecotourism Network (AEN) as the end of year 2017. The revision of the original standard took place within AEN to reflect 1) the changes made to comply with […]
Posted Date : 14th August, 2019
In response to the disbandment of the Japan Ecolodge Association, the GSTC recognized standard, Environmentally Sustainable Accommodations International Standard (ESAIS), has transferred all its rights to Asian Ecotourism Network (AEN) as the end of year 2017. The revision of the original standard took place within AEN to reflect 1) the changes made to comply with […]
Posted Date : 2nd July, 2019
Overall Objective The overall objective of the project is to contribute to Egypt’s economy by increasing skills training, employment and entrepreneurship opportunities in the tourism sector for young people including potential returnees/migrants. The project underscores the need to tackle the root causes of irregular migration through more and better job opportunities and income prospects for […]
Posted Date : 2nd July, 2019
Overall Objective The overall objectives of the course are to build the capacity of senior officials from developed and developing countries to incorporate tourism as part of their national SDG strategies, including the Voluntary National Reviews (VNRs); shape better policies to maximize the socio-economic impact of tourism; mitigate negative impacts on the natural and cultural […]