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The United Nation World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO), Fundación ONCE and the Spanish Association for Standardisation UNE have advanced efforts to introduce a comprehensive international standard for accessibility across the whole of the tourism sector.
After stronger than expected recovery in 2022, this year could see international tourist arrivals return to pre-pandemic levels in Europe and the Middle East. Tourists are nonetheless expected to increasingly seek value for money and travel...
To put women empowerment at the heart of tourism development, UNWTO in collaboration with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ), Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit...
Channelled towards producing more credible and comparable data on the role of tourism for people, planet and prosperity, one hundred experts from around the world recently gathered at the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Headquarters to develop the next standard for Measuring the Sustainability of Tourism (MST).
In line with its commitment towards making Micro, Small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) agents of transformation in digitisation, UNWTO has collaborated with Morocco’ Ministry of Tourism to support 10,000 citizens. The commitment to supporting Moroccan MSMEs represents the first pilot project of the UNWTO Digital Futures Programme to be launched in Africa. In Morocco, small…
This meeting provides an excellent opportunity to discuss ways and means to promote intra-Africa travels and tourism, leveraging on our vast and unique resources and our number for mutual benefits ...
The National Arts Theatre Iganmu Lagos witnessed the presence of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) first Global Conference on Linking Tourism, Culture and Creative Industries, in order to advance sustainable development and opportunity across Africa.
Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed, has described as historic the hosting of the first United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Global Conference on Linking Tourism, Culture and Creative Industries at the National Theatre in Lagos.
The United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) says Nigeria was chosen to present African culture to the world because of its rich cultural heritage and its comparative advantage in the creative industry.
Global statistics have shown that women and girls all over the world were mostly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tourism sector leaders all over the world have been urged to focus on proffering solutions to pressing issues in the industry. This call was made at the 16th Ministers’ Summit held at the World Travel Market in London, with the theme ‘Rethinking Tourism’.