Newsletter No. 110

Kind läuft am Straßenrand
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Newsletter No. 110
Strengthening Child Rights in Tourism

With the resurgence of tourism, violence and exploitation of children must not be allowed to increase again. Politicians and the economy must protect children even better because the risks for minors have increased significantly in the pandemic.

WorldJournal Tourism

Träger in Indonesien mit 35 kg Gepäck
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New publication out now
WorldJournal Tourism

ONLY IN GERMAN: The publication brings together analyzes and infographics on German tourism to Africa, Asia and Latin America. Statements from Brot für die Welt partner organizations from all over the world and political demands complete this dossier. 

Newsletter No 109

Knappe Ressourcen im Tourismus
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Newsletter No 109
Scarce Resources in Tourism

The worldwide shortage of resources also affects tourism. Our articles from India, Latin America, Thailand, and South Africa show potential for savings as well as opportunities and challenges arising from this crisis for tourism service providers.

Inseln im Pazifik
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Climate justice in tourism?

Eight percent of global emissions of climate-damaging greenhouse gases - i.e. almost every 12th ton – come from tourism. The lion's share of this is generated when travelling to and from the destination, especially when flying.


Advancing Child Protection in Tourism

Mensch zählt Geld
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Covid-19 derailed momentum in the protection of children from sexual exploitation, but the restart in tourism also offers opportunities.


Protecting Children during Project Visits

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Many children are involved in tourist attractions and suffer the consequences. Three examples show how the protection of children can also succeed in project visits.


Travel Trend Workation

Mann arbeitet mit Laptop in der Natur
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More and more people are combining work with vacation – and go on "workation." But digital nomads are a relevant group among traveling sex offenders.


Cruise ship ranking 2022

MSC Kreuzfahrtschiff
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NABU, a German environmental NGO, published its cruise ship ranking. The results were still unsatisfactory.


Online-Symposium: Human Rights and Climate Change

Corporate responses to climate change include a broad range of business decisions - all of them have the potential to impact human rights. At the same time, human rights due diligence has great potential to support effective climate-related decision-making.

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