UNWTO, Fundación ONCE and the Spanish Association for Standardization (UNE) launched a user guide to apply international standards on Accessible Tourism for All, targeting accommodation, food and beverage and MICE companies.
ENAT and 7 EU tourism and training organisations offer a new "connectivist Massive Open Online Course" (cMOOC) for students and professionals. This free e-learning course aims to raise trainees' knowledge and skills to support the tourism transition, post-Covid, to deliver sustainable, inclusive and accessible Tourism for All. Starts January 2023.
The New European Bauhaus is about improving our daily lives, focusing on better living together in more beautiful, sustainable and inclusive places. Applications are open until 28 February 2022 – 19:00 CET.
For each category under each strand, two prizes will be awarded for a winner and a
In each strand, one additional winner will be selected by a public vote (i.e. two public
vote prizes in total).
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27.10.2021 EU announces the two 2022 European Capitals of Smart Tourism for their excellence as tourism destinations in accessibility, sustainability, digitalisation, and cultural heritage & creativity.
It could take some years before tourist arrivals in Nepal reach pre-pandemic numbers. Nepal's tourism entrepreneurs would do well to use this slack period to explore ways to put the country's tourism back on its feet sooner than later.
Press Release, 15 July 2021, Madrid. The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published the world’s first standard on accessible tourism, ISO 21902 Tourism and related services – Accessible tourism for all – Requirements and recommendations. This is an international standard offering guidelines to ensure access and enjoyment of tourism for all on an equal basis.
Report on the 3-day APEC Webinar, held in September and November 2021, and with extensive background information developed by Martin Heng for APEC, in support of tourism Micro, Small and Medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).
The standard is intended to describe basic, common minimum functional requirements and recommendations, applicable across the full spectrum of the built environment, for an accessible and usable built environment.