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European Tourism Convention 2020

25/09/2020 

Logo of European Tourism Convention 2020 Online Event: 12th October 2020

Following nine consecutive years of growth, the EU tourism ecosystem is among the hardest hit by the global COVID-19 pandemic affecting Europe since early 2020.

The European Commission is organising the European Tourism Convention which will launch a dialogue on sustainable recovery and the strategic orientations for the tourism of tomorrow and guide future work and cooperation on tourism (towards a European Agenda for Tourism 2050).

Update: 14 October 2020

Recordings of the plenary session of the Convention are now available on the home page of event: http://www.tourism-convention.eu/ or at:
https://webcast.ec.europa.eu/european-tourism-convention


Event information

In the framework of the European Tourism Convention, the European Commission will organise three on-line thematic workshops, which will be held in parallel in the morning of 12th October:

  1. Safe and Seamless Tourism Experience,
  2. Greener Holidays, and
  3. Tourism Powered by Data

The aim of the workshops is to map key issues, generate a discussion about the challenges and opportunities of the EU tourism sector linked with the three topics mentioned above and propose a set of SMART action points to be presented and discussed during the Plenary of the European Tourism Convention in the afternoon.

Each workshop will gather up to 30 participants, including representatives of the EU institutions, representatives of public authorities, European sectorial industry associations of the tourism and travel industry, international organisations, academics, as well as other relevant stakeholders. Places are limited and, following the Open Call for Proposals, (closed 17th September) the selected participants will have a unique chance to guide the future work on tourism recovery and transition. Participants with significant operations in EU countries or serving the EU tourism market will be prioritised.

Further information

Visit the European Tourism Convention website

 

 

 

General Information

Submitted by: Ivor Ambrose
Location: Online Event
Start Date: 12/10/2020
End Date: 12/10/2020

Reference

Source: http://www.tourism-convention.eu/

Keyword(s)

Policy, legislation