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Piucha: all is one

How can we dream of the world of tomorrow, beginning with ourselves? ‘Piucha’ will help with that, says Chief Benki Piyako Ashaninka. He is sometimes called the Dalai Lama of the Amazon, or the ’Guardian of the rainforest, awakener of the consciousness’.

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Tourism helps the environment

The Grupo Ecologico Sierra Gorda, Mexico, helps organisations and residents move towards an economic development which respects the needs of the environment. Tourism is a significant lever for this development

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Hospitality and welfare

Learnings from Bénin, Africa

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Respect, value and enjoy what is different

A conversation with Taleb Rifai, Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) | 12 September 2017

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Why tourism deserves our dedication

Taleb Rifai, former Secretary-General of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) and moral sponsor of Connect Your Story tells the story of a wonderful encounter with a female entrepreneur on the lake of Halong Bay.

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Why 'Connect Your Story' is so important

Taleb Rifai, godfather of Connect Your Story tells us why this project is so important.

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A young voice from Hungary

“Move. Do things together. It makes you stronger.”

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Working on sustainable tourism in the Dominican Republic

Tourism is very important in the Dominican Republic. But for the moment there is still a vicious circle in the country that makes the rich only richer and that doesn’t help the poor communities to develop themselves. Turissol, the agency for sustainable tourism wants to change this.

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Tourism Transforms

In April 2017 Peter De Wilde, choreographer/director of Visit Flanders (Toerisme Vlaandern) , opened the door to a new path towards the future for his organisation and the sector. He initiated the 'Tourism Transforms' process.

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Solidarity: essence of social tourism

Diversity, joviality, freedom, openness and the space for everyone to just be themselves. That’s what lies at the heart of social tourism.

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