A Collaborative Approach to Build Together the Right Expertise, Skills and Strategies for the Sustainable Tourism Management of Tomorrow
A two-days workshop entitled “Building Sustainable Coastal and Maritime Tourism Policies for Mediterranean Destinations” has been organised in Malaga on the 5 and 6 April 2018
Debate on Indicators. It has been a unique occasion to debate on the use of Indicators to measure Sustainable Tourism Policies in the Mediterranean with some of the main European experts in that field.
On Wednesday the 28th of February 2018, the Presidency of NECSTouR participated with all the other members of the Tourism Manifesto for Growth & Jobs into a series of high-level meetings at the European Parliament, deepening cooperation and commitment with the leading World and European Tourism Institutions.
Meeting of the Tourism Manifesto for Growth & Jobs with UNWTO
The next forthcoming years “Flemish Masters” are key in the marketing of the destination Flanders.
Recently Visit Flanders launched a dedicated website for this project: under the umbrella of “Travel with Rubens, Bruegel and van Eyck to their homeland Flanders, where art and creativity prevail. Visit our Cities of Art: Antwerp, Bruges, Brussels, Ghent, Leuven and Mechelen.”: https://www.flemishmasters.com/en/
Besides Dutch, the site is also available in Spanish, French, German, Italian and English.
The Digitalisation and Safety for Tourism partnership organised a half- day event with European and regional stakeholders / opinion leaders to further elaborate on the investment projects and their international dimension for the two strategic thematic areas: Access to data and digitalisation; Building resilience (climate change, green mobility, accessibility and connectivity).