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- 177. 5% Growth for International Tourism during First Four Months of 2008
5% Growth for International Tourism during First Four Months of 2008. Prospects for international tourism remain positive, although the overall economic climate has deteriorated since the last quarter of 2007, reducing consumer confidence and putting pressure on household spending and travel budgets. UNWTO expects tourism demand to grow, but at a slower pace over the remainder of t
- 178. Tourism opens doors for Women
Tourism opens doors for Women. ‘Tourism opens doors for women’ is the theme for the United Nations World Tourism Day which as each year will be celebrated on 27 September, the anniversary of the adoption of the original UNWTO statutes. Following on the ‘Tourism Enriches’ theme in 2006, this year’s campaign highlights the opportunities that the sector offers for women. This year’s h
- 179. Critical to Advance Transformation of Global Code of Ethics for Tourism into International Conve
The 17th meeting of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics, held at the UNWTO Headquarters in Madrid, Spain late last month, discussed the advances in the process of conversion of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism into an international convention and reiterated the importance of transforming the Code into legally binding international law.
- 180. International Tourist Arrivals Grew by 3.9% in 2016 to Reach 1.2 Billion
Demand for international tourism remained robust in 2016 despite challenges. International tourist arrivals grew by 3.9% to reach a total of 1,235 million, according to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer. Some 46 million more tourists (overnight visitors) travelled internationally last year compared to 2015.
- 181. UNWTO and Italy Discuss Accessibility in Tourism
Ensuring that tourism facilities and sites meet the needs of persons with disabilities, both as a key means of promoting tourism for all, and as an engine for market growth, were the main focus of the International Conference on Accessibility in tourism: an ethical value, a business opportunity at BIT Milan, in Italy last week.
- 182. International Tourist Arrivals Between January and April 2016 Grew by 5%
According to the latest UNWTO World Tourism Barometer, international tourist arrivals between January and April 2016 grew by 5%. Asia and the Pacific (+9%) recorded the highest growth in international arrivals across world regions in January-April 2016, with robust results in all four subregions. South East Asia and Oceania both achieved 10% growth, while arrivals in North East Asi
- 183. Development through Public-Private-Partnerships in Tourism
Development through Public-Private-Partnerships in Tourism. Public-private-partnerships (PPP's) in tourism are worldwide on the upswing and will become ever more prevalent. In order to explore the possibilities of PPP's in the context of tourism for development, the UNWTO Affiliate Members will hold a one day Conference during the upcoming The World Tourism Forum for Peace and Sust
- 184. UNWTO Deepens Tourism Cooperation with European Union
Europe is currently the world’s leading tourism destination receiving half of the world’s 1.3 billion international arrivals. In 2017, international tourism in Europe grew 8%, one percentage point above the world average, totalling 671 million tourists.
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