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8 December 2016, Athens, Greece. Museum and cultural professionals from Greece, the U.S. and the UK will examine how museums and cultural institutions can strengthen their role as destinations and be part of sustainable cultural development
9 December 2016, Thesaloniki, Greece. The sixth annual Museum Conference invites museum and arts administrators, curators, artists, tourism professionals and students to share ideas and insights on how museums and other cultural institutions can strengthen their role as destinations and be part of sustainable cultural development.
28/11/2016 Cultural Heritage, Fruition and Training: Projects for Accessibility to Cultural Heritage and Tourist Facilities
7th December 2016, Rome, Italy. An event organised on the occasion of the International Day of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities 2016 by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Tourism, Directorate General for Museums and Directorate General for Tourism, in cooperation with the Social and Integrated Cooperative Tandem.
Matera, Italy. 18-20 November 2016, featuring Cultural Conversations, Educational Workshops, Territory Showcase, B2B Meetings, Tastings.
04/09/2016 International Social Tourism Organisation World Congress. Driving Tourism Through Inclusion
Zagreb, Croatia. 18 to 21 October 2016. For the first time, the 26th ISTO World Congress will be held in a Balkan Country which earned an important position in European Tourism, namely Croatia. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to join us in Zagreb from 18 to 21 October 2016.
Edinburgh, UK. 20 to 21 September 2016. ENAT is organising a Learning Event where National and Regional Tourist organisatons can come together for 2 days to share their experiences and learn from each other about developing and marketing accessible tourism.
Gozo, Malta. 31 July to 6 August 2016. The Summer School “Learning in tourism” is an initiative of the Observatory on Tourism in the European Islands (OTIE). One of the main objectives of OTIE is to organize training seminars and courses, giving the occasion to participants to know the tourism sector and to apply their knowledge in the development planning.
New date: 22 April 2016. At a ceremony in Brussels, the European Commission will award European destinations that have worked towards a more sustainable management approach, focusing on accessibility and environmental issues.
Athens, Greece, 13 to 14 April 2016. New Social Media and new forms of entrepreneurship are emerging, placing greater emphasis on innovation and the creation of applications that rely on mobile platforms and online tourism products. This conference aims to examine the new phenomena, challenges and opportunities in the rapidly changing field of tourism.
03/04/2016 Forum TurisTIC 2016, Barcelona
Barcelona, Spain, 13 to 14 April 2016. This annual event, organised by Eurecat, invites tourism companies, public institutions, unions and associations specializing in business innovation and technological development.
Paris, France. 22 March 2016. Five Award winners will be selected from thirty-six Good Practice projects, products and services and receive their awards at the URBACCESS event.
Tel Aviv, Israel. 6 to 8 April 2016. Access Israel's 4th Annual International Convention on Accessibility as a Lever for Businesses and Organisations, focusing on accessible tourism, travel, culture and recreation.