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105. UNWTO, UNODC and African Tourism Ministers Join Forces to Fight Wildlife Crime
The UNWTO, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and African Tourism Ministers have committed to advancing the tourism sectorís support in the global fight against the surge in poaching that is threatening one of Africaís main tourism resources - its unique wildlife and biodiversity. In a response to the alarming growth in wildlife crime on the African continent, UN
106. UNWTO Praises Indonesiaís Tourism Visa Policy
UNWTO has praised the decision by the government of Indonesia to grant free visa to citizens from 169 countries. The visa-free policy is valid for a maximum stay of 30 days, has no restriction on the number of visits per year, and is non-extendable nor convertible to any other stay permit. Nationals of visa-free countries can enter Indonesia in any of the 124 immigration check poin
107. UNWTO Affiliate Members Board Elects Chairman
The UNWTO Affiliate Members Board has elected Mr. Edmund Bartlett as Chairman. Mr. Bartlett, former Minister of Tourism of Jamaica (2007-2011), is the Co-Founder of CTICo. Besides his career in tourism, for which he was named Man of the Year in 2009 by the Jamaica Observer, Mr. Bartlett has championed the cause of education and capacity building throughout his career. He is the Fou
108. Africa a Primary Target for UNWTO and Microsoft Partnership
Africa a Primary Target for UNWTO and Microsoft Partnership. The UN World Tourism Organization and Microsoft have entered into a long term partnership with an aim to expand information communications technology in the tourism sector. The partnership will provide ICT systems and tools for emerging tourism economies to improve their export competitiveness, product quality and support
109. UNWTO and International Business Leaders Forum launch New Human Rights Initiative for the Touris
UNWTO and International Business Leaders Forum launch New Human Rights Initiative for the Tourism Industry.
110. International Tourist Arrivals Reach 1.4 Billion Two Years Ahead of Forecast
International tourist arrivals grew 6% in 2018, totalling 1.4 billion according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. UNWTOís long-term forecast published in 2010 predicted the 1.4 billion mark of international tourist arrivals for 2020. Yet stronger economic growth, more affordable air travel, technological changes, new businesses models and greater visa facilitation around
111. UNWTO Reports Global Q1 2014 Visitor Arrivals
According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, demand for international tourism remained strong in Q1 2014, with international tourist arrivals worldwide growing by 5%, the same rate as during the full year 2013. Destinations worldwide received some 317 million international tourists (overnight visitors) between January and April 2014, 14 million more than in the same perio
112. UNWTO Welcomes T20 Declaration on Tourism
Preliminary research prepared by UNWTO and the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) estimates that certain improvements to visa processes could create an additional five million jobs for the G20 economies by 2015 and generate an additional US$ 206 billion in international tourism receipts.

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