'How tourism can help the refugee crisis'.

'How tourism can help the refugee crisis'.

8 Nov 2016, 14:00 - 14:45

Responsible Tourism Stand - AF100

Language:
English

2016 year has revealed even more about how Europe and the rest of the world are affected by the refugee crisis. Our tourism businesses are affected by these conflicts, and tourists are starting to make different choices about where they travel based on what destinations they consider to be safest. So what can tourism do to help the refugee crisis? What power do tourism organisations have to build resilience? And how do we protect local communities? Join the discussion to find out more.

Every year at WTM London we have about 2000 participants across the various Responsible Tourism  events, it is a big success but we want to reach still more people and excite them about what they can achieve by using a Responsible Tourism approach.  We have reduced the number of Awards so that there is time for the winners to be interviewed on stage and for the audience to hear from them about what they have done and why. 

This year we are building on our success last year in engaging a wide range of people in conversations on the Responsible Tourism stand – on the show floor and far more participative. The idea is to get the host(s) to get a conversation going, no set piece presentations – no death by PowerPoint: some video, some storytelling, images, conversation, controversy; a real chance to forge new business relationships, to inspire, educate and challenge.

Hosted by Crista Buznea, Marketing Manager, Holiday Extras

To gain access to WTM Londonand attend this session, please register here. Seats within the session are on a first come first serve basis.

 

 

Contributors

  • Crista Buznea

    Host

    Marketing Manager

    Holiday Extras

    Being acknowledged as one of TTG’s 30 Travel Leaders Under the age of 30, Crista Buznea is a marketing and responsible tourism innovator; working to...

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