Is Tourism Inclusive Enough? Panel discussion at World Travel Market 2013, London, UK
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7 November 2012, London. Is an annual holiday something which everyone should expect?
Is an annual holiday something which everyone should expect?
Panel discussion, WTM. 7 November 2012.
Inclusive tourism has become a pressing new topic in recent years, ensuring that everyone has an annual holiday for health and wellbeing.
This applies to everyone regardless of whether they are on low incomes, are in family groups, with friends, relatives, or are disabled, non disabled, slow walkers, walking with sticks, crutches or in wheelchairs.
What are the different assumptions in Europe and further afield about the right to an annual holiday and what should the industry do to make provision for all?
This session is part of several panels convened for World Responsible Tourism Day.
Time: 14.00 - 15.00
Venue: South Gallery Room 19
Ian Reynolds, Chairman, Family Holiday Association (FHA)
Charles-E.Bélanger, Director, Organisation Internationale du Tourisme Social (OITS-ISTO)
Luc Gobin, Head of the Tourism for All Department, Toerisme Vlaanderen
Fiona Harris, Director of PR & Brand Development, Kuoni Travel Limited
Thea Joldersma, Programme & Policy Manager, Family Holiday Association (FHA)
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World Responsible Tourism Day 2012
Wednesday 7 November is World Responsible Tourism Day 2012, marked not only at World Travel Market, but around the world with special events, communications and consumer promotions, demonstrating the industry’s determination to make a real difference.
Download the WTM World Responsible Tourism Day 3-page brochure in PDF format from the right-hand panel.
OITS-ISTO and Tourism Flanders are ENAT Members