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Tourism Around Europe
jlag newsletter issue n. 23 - November 2018 Friday 9 November 2018
A Conversation With...
Tourism Observatory
Funding Opportunities
On Our Bookshelf
PM4SD news
The Tourism Agenda

Welcome to the 23rd issue of Tourism Around Europe, a quarterly newsletter supporting the development of competitive and sustainable tourism.

For this issue, I had the pleasure of interviewing Chris Castro, Director of Sustainability for the City of Orlando, and a keynote speaker at the 2018 PM4SD Summer School. We talk about the key sustainability strategies, plans, actions and achievements for Orlando - the most visited city in the U.S.

The sixth convention of the PM4SD Summer School, organised by the Foundation for European Sustainable Tourism (FEST) and supported by the European Travel Commission, took place just outside the French capital at Villages Nature, near Disneyland Paris.

During the Summer School, Villages Nature Paris were awarded the Certificate of Excellence from PM4SD Summer School for hosting  the latest gathering of the conference, the company were also awarded the Blue Community Certificate of Achievement.
A study visit was organised and hosted by Disneyland Paris to find out more about  their extensive environmental programme. Representatives of European and international organizations such as Air France, Eurail, Villages Nature, UNEP, UNDP, the Blue Community, One Planet Living, ETC and GSTC, discussed ‘Skills, Careers and Strategic Alliances for Sustainable tourism’. The conference results will be incorporated into the Next Tourism Generation Blueprint strategy. 

In this issue, we also explore Armenia as a key destination. Tourism planning and capacity building are two key components in the design and delivery of transformative and sustainable projects. With these elements at the forfront, Jag and Fest are collaborating with UNDP Armenia and following a field visit I undertook in late August, we are planning the delivery of the first PM4SD blended training course. To be inspired and expand your knowledge of Armenia, watch some of the fantastic cookery programmes made by Anthony Bourdain, which give a fascinating insight. Food, culture and history are so beautifully represented, you will start planning your own journey.
Capacity building is also at the heart of the UNEP project on ‘Transforming Tourism Value Chains’. The project will prepare policy recommendations and develop action plans to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve resource efficiency along the tourism value chains in Dominican Republic, Mauritius, the Philippines, and Saint Lucia.

In the section dedicated to projects you will find updates also from other three projects: Next Tourism Generation AllianceJobs in Tourism and the  Quality Network for Sustainable Tourism.

We also talk about European Funding, Blue Economy, Food tourism, Music, the European Capital of Smart Tourism, WTTC’s Tourism for Tomorrow Awards, Code of Conduct for low-cost carriers, and information on the international tourism flows between China, and the 28 countries of the European Union.

Hope you enjoy your reading,

                                                                                                                                                                                                Silvia Barbone

                                                                      Jlag Managing Director

«Tourism Around Europe» is a quarterly newsletter for competitive tourism in Europe. Our aim is to disseminate European tourism policies and practices. We wish to encourage the exchange of knowledge regarding European tourism themes, actions and challenges. Each issue includes a conversation with influential leaders and thinkers within the sector.

A Conversation With...

For this issue I had the pleasure to interview Chris Castro, Director of Sustainability at City of Orlando, and one of the speaker at the 2018 Summer School. Chris Castro is an award winning sustainability professional, eco-entrepreneur, and community organizer with a passion for accelerating the transition to a smart, resilient and sustainable future. Chris is most notably known for his work as the founder and president of IDEAS For Us, an international nonprofit and United Nations accredited organization working to develop, fund, and scale environmental solutions around the World; and co-creator of the renowned ‘Fleet Farming’ urban agriculture program that started in Orlando. Chris is currently the Director of Sustainability and Co-chair of the Smart Cities initiative for Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and the City of Orlando.

SB: What are the major successes and challenges of Orlando, the most visited city in the U.S., in achieving sustainability?

CC: Last year, Orlando welcomed 72 million visitors, making us one of the most visited destinations in the World – a five percent growth in tourism over the last year. For every resident there are an estimated 245 tourists that visit our city, putting strains on our energy and water availability, infrastructure, and our waste management systems. That’s a big reason for the establishment of Green Works Orlando, which is our comprehensive sustainability initiative. This has been around since 2007, when Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer had the foresight that in order for us to be a thriving city in the 21st century, a city that attracts a creative class while remaining one of the best for people to live, work, learn, play, and raise a family in — it’s imperative to integrate sustainability into all aspects of Orlando.

“The thought process behind Green Works, in addition to being one of the greenest cities in the country, is ensuring we are socially inclusive, economically vibrant, and environmentally sustainable. We often say we’re following the triple bottom line of: people, planet, and prosperity. As a result Green Works municipal and community action plans focus on seven key focus areas: clean energy, green buildings, local food systems, livability, solid waste, water resources, and transportation.

SB:  How is the City of Orlando working to support the U.N. SDG’s and which are the key partners?

CC: Since 2015, the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have provided a global framework with goals and targets for all countries to adopt in building toward sustainable economic development, social inclusion and environmental protection by 2030. Recognizing that a nation’s progress toward achieving these global goals ultimately depends on local actions, many cities across the world have also aligned or integrated the SDGs with their sustainability planning efforts. At the U.S. Conference of Mayors in January 2018, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer joined other city mayors, including New York, Baltimore, and San Jose in reiterating his commitment to advancing SDGs in Orlando. The first opportunity to do so is through this 2018 Green Works Orlando Community Sustainability Action Plan, in which all identified goals and strategies—existing and new—have been assessed and modified for closer alignment with the goals and objectives of the 17 SDGs. 

The 17 SDGs are made up of 169 targets and 236 indicators that are broader in scope and go further than the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by addressing the root causes of poverty and the universal need for development that works for all people. The goals cover the three dimensions of sustainable development: economic growth, social inclusion and environmental protection. They explicitly recognize that ending poverty must go hand-in-hand with strategies that build economic growth and addresses a range of social needs including education, health, social protection and job opportunities, while tackling climate change and environmental protection.

To track and measure progress in advancing the SDGs, the City of Orlando will join the ISO 31720 standard data metrics for “Sustainable Cities and Communities”, developed by the World Council on City Data (WCCD). This standard tracks 100 indicators for local governments that most closely align with the 17 SDG metrics and quantify the impact Orlando has on accelerating the SDGs in the United State and the World.

Some of our key partners include the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), SDG Compacts, US Conference of Mayos, IDEAS For Us, UN Foundation, and more.

Full interview here

Tourism Observatory

UNWTO World Tourism Barometer: International tourism maintains strong momentum in the first half of 2018

International tourist arrivals grew 6% in the first six months of 2018 compared to the same period last year, reflecting a continuation of the strong results of 2017 (+7%). All world regions enjoyed robust growth, fuelled by strong demand from major source markets and supported by an upswing in the global economy. Europe and Asia and the Pacific led growth in January- June 2018, with arrivals increasing 7% in both regions. The Middle East and Africa also recorded sound results with 5% and 4% growth respectively, while the Americas saw a 3% increase this six-month period.Preliminary data on international tourism receipts confirm the positive trend seen in international tourist arrivals, with particularly strong results in Asian and European destinations. On the demand side, France, the United Kingdom, the Russian Federation, India, the Republic of Korea and the United States led outbound spending from their respective regions. Against a strong first semester, growth prospects for the remainder of 2018 remain positive overall, though comparatively more moderate, according to the latest UNWTO Confidence Index survey.

Purchase the issue here.

UNWTO/GTERC Asia Tourism Trends 2018 Edition 

The UNWTO/GTERC Asia Tourism Trends – 2018 Edition, the fifth annual report in the series, highlights the rapidly growing tourism sector in Asia and the Pacific. In recognition of the European Union-China Tourism Year 2018, one chapter examines the international tourism flows between China, the largest Asian economy, and the 28 countries of the European Union. It looks at international tourism between the largest economy in Asia, China, and the 28 European Union countries, two entities that have many things in common, especially the combination of a rich natural and cultural heritage that is an attraction to all visitors. Europe is the top interregional destination for Chinese tourists and travel between China and Europe and vice-versa has increased in recent years. Chinese-European relations date back to the time of the historic Silk Road which has now been brought into focus with China’s ‘Belt and Road Initiative. The present edition also features a chapter on the Greater Bay Area, a landmark initiative to merge eleven cities in the Pearl River Delta, and the impact the accompanying infrastructure will have on tourism in the region.

Click here for the full version of this publication

Music is the New Gastronomy

 ‘Music is the New Gastronomy’, is the first UNWTO white paper to examine and define the relationship between music and tourism. While we all enjoy music when we're travelling, never has music been looked at as a primary source of travel and tourism, from individual experiences to festivals, music heritage and the use of music videos to promote, and share, local culture and local experience. Both sectors are outpacing global economic growth. The music industry - from streaming to live music - is growing at twice the rate of the global economy right now and in 2017 international tourist arrivals worldwide grew by 7%. This white paper looks at how the sectors can partner to increase economic value on both sides. The report includes case studies examining the role of music in destination development, travel marketing, conferences and experiential travel – from music festivals and heritage music to the use of music videos to promote and share local cultures and experiences. Through these studies, the guide identifies areas for discussion and suggests opportunities for destinations to develop musical tourism products and boost their tourism branding. The full Music Tourism White Paper is available free for a limited period only. Download here

Low-cost Airlines - Discussion Paper for a Code of Conduct at the European Parliament 

Travel and tourism is very much a ‘people-based’ industry: it is about people going to a place to learn, experience different cultures, discover remote lands, or simply commuting for work. With the rapid democratization of travel and the arrival of low-cost carriers (LCCs), more and more passengers embark on a journey every day, forcing the market to adapt quickly to the ever-growing demand. Arguably, the liberalization of the European aviation market provides excellent opportunities for LLCs to grow and prosper. However, changing legal requirements and restructuring of internal rules or policies should not happen at the expense of workers or passengers. In September 2018, MEP Istvan Ujhelyi organized a conference in the European Parliament (EP) inviting LCCs to present their perspective, thus enabling the EP to present a balanced and comprehensive draft for a code of conduct. Unfortunately, none of the LCCs showed interest in participating in the discussion in its proposed framework, therefore it was not possible to include their vision in this current paper. A draft discussion paper has been prepared to hope to follow-up with concrete legislation on the European-level. To know more drop me an email

The Big Five of the Eu Blue Economy

The UK, Spain, Italy, France, and Greece have Europe's biggest blue economies. Spain accounts for one-fifth of total employment, followed by Italy, the United Kingdom and Greece. Combined, these four Member States account for more than half of the total blue economy-related jobs.

The Annual Report on the EU Blue Economy aims to describe the scope and size of the blue economy in the European Union, creating a baseline to support policymakers and stakeholders in the quest for sustainable development of oceans, seas, and coastal
resources. It will monitor developments in the EU blue economy annually and examine the drivers behind trends.

Read the full report.


‘’Integrated Rural Tourism Development’’ project is financed by the Russian Federation and implemented by UNDP in Armenia in close partnership with the Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development.

The IRTD project offers an intervention strategy for the development of rural tourism in Armenia with the objective of creating sustainable income-generating opportunities as a supplemental income source to bring down the level of rural poverty, contribute to equal territorial development and shape conducive environment for rural development. The concept applies an integrated approach targeting strong local social networks that explicitly link local actors for jointly promoting and maintaining the economic, social, cultural, natural, and human resources of the localities.

New tourist destinations and community-based projects are launched in Tavush and Kotayk marzes. In v. Ditavan (Tavush marz), the IRTD project is implementing a concept of the community-based boutique guesthouse.

The project developed a “Wine Yard” concept which proposes a new culture into the homemade wine production and promotion. Wine Yard assumes that tourists should be introduced and involved in the winemaking process, invited to test it and served with food, music and other cultural elements. The “Wine Yard” beneficiaries are mainly villagers with a winemaking history. They are provided with training, equipment and infrastructure support. The delegation visited one of the beneficiaries in Achajur and enjoyed homemade wine and cheese.  In Hovk, with the support of the IRTD project, a family rest, tourist camping, and a fishing spot were created to boost the villagers' interest in tourism as an alternative income source. In Bjni (Kotayk region), the Bjni Fortress Artifacts Museum was opened with the financial support of the IRTD project. This place will become a tourist complex which will offer tourists not only a museum but a gastro spot, pottery center. These all tourist destinations aim to develop the region and create income generating opportunities and sustainability in the area.

The Next Tourism Generation Alliance (NTG) 

The Next Tourism Generation Alliance (NTG) is a four-year project just funded by the European Commision. The first public event took place in Villages Nature ParisThe event focused on the theme of “Skills, Careers and Strategic Alliances for Sustainable tourism” and has been discussed by NTG partners, keynote speakers and experts within the tourism industry. Beside the NTG partners different European and International organizations participated. Among the others: Air France, Eurail, Disneyland Paris, UNEP, UNDP, European Travel Commission, Blue Planed Living, Blue Community, the City of Orlando, FEST. 

Press release here

NTG will establish a Blue Print for Sectoral Skills Development in Tourism to:

  1. strengthen the relationship between Industry and Education
  2. respond to the skills needs of the Tourism sector
  3. offer concrete, innovative skills solutions.

It will focus on the skills gaps in digital, green and social skills and in five specialist sub-sectorsn five key tourism sub-sectors: hospitality, destination management, food and beverage operations, travel agencies and tour operators, visitor attractions. Flexible learning and training methods will enhance skills responses and provision to ensure a competitive, sustainable, contemporary and authentic visitor experience. 

The consortium, led by Federturismo Confindustria, comprises: 7 Tourism Sector Representatives (UnionCamere; Eurogites; IHK Academy Chamber of Commerce; Federturismo Confindustria; People 1st; VIMOS; CEHAT); 6 Universities (Dublin Institute of Technology, University of Sopron, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Alicante University, NHTV Breda Applied Sciences University, Varna University) and ATLAS-Europe, the Association of Tourism Lecturers and Students in Tourism in Europe.

All Stakeholders including businesses, employees, students, trade associations, local and regional authorities will be tasked with dissemination and integration.

We had the kick-off meeting combined with the PM4SD certification training to initiate the project. 

For more information drop me an email, there will be several opportunities to cooperate.


Transforming Tourism Value Chains to
Accelerate More Resource Efficient, Low Carbon Development project in four pilot countries

UN Environment with the support of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety has launched the Transforming Tourism Value Chains project. The project will prepare policy recommendations and develop action plans to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve resource efficiency along the tourism value chains in four countries: Dominican Republic, Mauritius, the Philippines, and Saint Lucia. It aims to work with at least 100 tourism businesses and private and public actors across the value chains, mainly on accommodation, food and beverages, and meetings, conferences & events.
The Assessment Phase (2017-18) identified businesses and stakeholders and analyzed the critical areas in the value chains that can improve resource efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Implementation Phase (2018-20) will carry out action plans for the capacity building, apply monitoring and evaluation frameworks, and disseminate knowledge through awareness campaigns and business case studies.
Current efforts are centered on supporting businesses in tracking energy and resource consumption through customized tools to track GHG emissions and resources efficiency in tourism operations, and developing national sectorial roadmaps. The project is also engaging procurement practitioners in the hospitality sector to support global efforts towards reaching climate action objectives and enabling them to acquire more sustainable products and services.
Find more information about the project here.
Contact: Helena Rey de Assis

“Tourism, a world of opportunities.”

Europe is the most popular holiday destination in the world, and its tourism sector supports about 25 million jobs, both directly and indirectly. Jobs in Tourism was launched as part of a communication and awareness-raising campaign developed in the framework of the “Blueprint for sectoral cooperation on skills in tourism: Enhancing the image of careers in the tourism sector”, an initiative of the European Commission funded by DG Grow and EASME. The campaign addresses some of the most important challenges, such as promoting the quality of jobs in tourism and fostering appropriate skills development.

Overall, the campaign aims to:
• Promote a more positive image of the tourism sector
• Encourage businesses to make tourism careers more attractive
• Highlight existing EU tools and initiatives for the tourism labour market
• Support individuals in enhancing their careers in the tourism sector
• Emphasise the need for on-the-job training and opportunities
• Showcase the variety of tourism careers.

During our survey, we covered all 28 Member States; we have conducted Interviews with both job-seekers and employers in the sector and reached over 1600 stakeholders. Events in 6 targeted countries (Ireland, Spain, Malta, Italy, Greece, and Romania) have been organised while the campaign was also promoted through European pan events promoting tourism.

Visit: and find out more!

Quality Network for Sustainable Tourism

Quality Network for Sustainable Tourism (QNeST) is a project financed by Interreg V-B Adriatic-Ionian Cooperation Programme, led by the University of Salento with an international partnership composed by 8 Institutions in 4 countries (Italy, Croatia, Greece and Slovenia).
The QNeST project envisages the launch of an Adriatic-Ionian vision and strategy for the development of new quality tourism solutions. Focusing on the ability to preserve and promote cultural heritage, to carry out environmentally sustainable initiatives, to promote and enhance food traditions associated with the Mediterranean Diet and to strengthen the development of accessible services. The QNeST project will stimulate the exchange of information among network members using a collaborative ICT platform; improve the use, at local and transnational levels, of new routes and best practices; and raise awareness regarding the development of quality and sustainable tourism.
The project will produce a common brand, representative of quality standards for sustainable tourism, and will stimulate the creation and promotion of a quality network of Adriatic-Ionian actors and economic operators, active in or indirectly linked to the tourism sector. Finally, QNeST will ensure the implementation of the common strategy through the launch of demonstrative and innovative initiatives designed to: promote the quality network and the common brand.

To know more:,

Funding Opportunities

European Maritime and Fisheries Fund: Blue Careers

This topic promotes innovative approaches to strengthen the cooperation between industry and education to bridge the gap between skills' offer and demand.

The applicant's choice of sector and action has to be based on an analysis of the needs of the labor market and of the industry, including at cross-border level. To ensure that supported activities take due account of clearly identified needs, projects should bring together stakeholders from both the industry, education, and training providers (both at higher and vocational level).

Furthermore, projects should enhance the visibility and attractiveness of the different career opportunities in the blue economy, especially for young people.

Deadline: 31 January 2019
Guidelines here

HORIZON 2020: Collaborative approaches to cultural heritage for social cohesion

Proposals should develop strategies for fostering collaborative and participative approaches to cultural encounters via communication channels such as social media platforms, participatory approaches, art, and co-designed activities. Proposals should consider both tangible and intangible heritage, researching new applications and tools that allow for a more inclusive approach such as digital tagging of objects or co-authoring of societal and place-based memories. The active involvement and engagement with, different groups or communities such as migrants and other communities at risk of exclusion should be promoted. Proposals should design options for these social groups to review or shape both contemporary and historical content, contribute new material or customise and personalise cultural heritage and digital humanities content in a meaningful and effective way. Collaborative tools and applications should help the cultural tourism sectors and cultural heritage institutions, NGOs, community organisations etc. in Europe and beyond to enhance the analysis and understanding of cultures and communities.

The Commission considers that proposals requesting a contribution from the EU of between EUR 3 and 4 million would allow this specific challenge to be addressed appropriately. Nonetheless, this does not preclude submission and selection of proposals requesting other amounts.

Deadline: 14 March 2019
Guidelines here

Erasmus+ Programme Call For Proposals 2019

The European Union's Erasmus+ programme is a funding scheme to support activities in the fields of Education, Training, Youth, and Sport.

The Programme is made up of three so-called "Key Actions" and two additional actions. They are managed partly at the national level by National Agencies and partly at the European level by the EACEA. The European Commission is responsible for Erasmus+ policies and oversees the overall programme implementation.

Deadline: different deadlines (Jan-April 2019)

Guidelines here


European Capital of Smart Tourism

Helsinki and Lyon have been chosen as European Capitals of Smart Tourism 2019 by a seven-member European Jury, comprising representatives from the European Commission, European Parliament, European Committee of Regions and the EU Member States: Bulgaria and Austria (holders of the Presidency of the Council of the European Union during 2018), at a meeting in Brussels, on 24 September. All of the winning cities have been awarded at the European Tourism Day on 7 November 2018 – a major EU tourism event – and featured at the exhibition where several hundred participants from all over Europe will have the opportunity to discover best practices in the field of smart tourism. Click to find out more about what makes Helsinki and Lyon smart and innovative capitals.

WTTC’s Tourism for Tomorrow (T4T) Awards

T4T Awards are aimed at recognizing best practice in sustainable tourism within the industry globally, based upon the principles of environmentally friendly operations; support for the protection of cultural and natural heritage; and direct benefits to the social and economic well-being of local people in travel destinations around the world.

Deadline for the 2019 Tourism for Tomorrow Awards' submissions is 14 November 2018.

On Our Bookshelf

Great food from European green cities. Inspiring stories and recipes from European Green Capital and Green Leaf Network Cities : special edition

The European Green Capital and European Green Leaf Awards are two initiatives that recognise European cities that have a consistent record of achieving high environmental standards and that are committed to ambitious goals for further environmental improvement and sustainable development. 
This book is divided into 12 Chapters – each Chapter touching on one of the 12 environmental indicators of the European Green Capital Award – and features the food initiatives Network cities have been actively implementing in their local communities to reduce our food’s environmental footprint. Readers will also get to enjoy environmentally-friendly recipes from each of the contributing cities spanning all corners of Europe. The majority of the recipes are tagged as either being organic, locally sourced, vegetarian, or seasonal. It is EU hope that this book inspires cities to green their food practices and motivates readers to think about our environment when enjoying these delicious regional dishes!

Download here

PM4SD news

PM4SD in Brussels 

We will deliver the PM4SD Foundation and Practitioner training course in Brussels from the 10th to the 14th of December, it will be hosted by the European Travel Commission, our key partner for the PM4SD SUMMER SCHOOL.

Register here

PM4SD online

Following the first PM4SD (Project Management for Sustainable Development) online courses delivered in 2018 by Jlag and TrainingAid, we are pleased to announce the PM4SD Foundation and Practitioner training online courses scheduled for 2019.

The PM4SD Foundation-Level course is delivered as a self-paced online course and will include access to Live Q&A sessions. The Foundation course introduces you to key tools and techniques to better plan and manages funding and investment in tourism projects, helping ensure your projects are built on a solid foundation.

The PM4SD Practitioner-level courses (scheduled twice in 2019) will be offered as 2-week-long facilitated online courses, including interactive sessions and exercises designed to help you turn your knowledge into action, applying the PM4SD approach to real-life project situations.

To learn more and register at the early-bird rates that are available now, please see:

PM4SD in Armenia

A Foundation PM4SD training certification course will be delivered in Armenia with UNDP Integrated Rural Tourism Development Project (IRTD) as a first pilot strategic action to certify sustainable management skills. The course will address policy makers, tourism planners and investors, programme managers, project managers and aspiring project managers in the tourism industry. Public and private tourism organizations, Trade Bodies, Training organizations, Donors, Professionals, Construction Companies, Training Organizations and any key stakeholder of the tourism value chain in Armenia.
UNDP IRTD Project is one of the big projects of the tourism sector implemented by the UNDP Armenia with the RA Ministry of Territorial Administration and Development financed by the Russian Federation. The online course will start on the 19th of Nov and exams will take place in Armenia in December. 

PM4SD in Fiji

PM4SD was applied during the capacity building training "Training of Trainers on Ecotourism and Agrotourism" held in Nadi Fiji and organized by APO and the National Training & Productivity Centre (Fiji National University). I facilitated the workshop, attended by 20 participants from 12 countries (Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam) to transfer project management skills and to design four transregional ecotourism projects. 

PM4SD in Italy

In late November we will deliver the PM4SD certification course on the island of Ischia ( Napoli, Italy) to 10 selected decision makers from the South of Italy where tourism represents the key industry. During the course, an open workshop will be organized as well as new tourism investments and projects will be identified for the regions of Campania, Basilicata, Puglia, Calabria. 


The Tourism Agenda

11th Baltic Sea and Latvian Tourism Forum 2018, 14 – 15 November 2018, Rīga, Latvia

ETC Tourism Talks, 22 November 2018, Antwerp, Belgium,

Tourism Society TCN Conference - The Challenge of Destination Management, 22 November 2018, Manchester, UK

SPORT as a tool for promoting growth, social inclusion, and solidarity in European Regions, 28 November 2018, European Committee of the Regions, Brussels

Health Tourism Industry Conference, Monday, 26 November 2018, European Parliament, Brussels, Event hosted by the Member of the European Parliament Ruža Tomašić

Towards concrete ‘blue’ actions in the western Mediterranean,  3rd December,  Algiers, Algeria

3rd UNWTO/UNESCO World Conference on Tourism and Culture, 3-5 December 2018, Istanbul, Turkey

Global Sustainable Tourism Conference, 7- 10 December, Maun, Africa

Fitur, International Tourism Fair in Spain, 23-25 January 2019, Madrid, Spain

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