While gender inequalities persist in Madagascar, women are increasingly free to choose their activities. The pandemic gave a boost to their determination and creativity.
Krystal Yearwood of UNDP's future tourism project talks about the importance of women's empowerment to rebuilding Caribbean MSMEs in tourism after COVID-19.
Trekking guides in India are usually male. But that can change, as this year’s TODO Award winner Himalayan Ecotourism shows.
Three women from Brazil and El Salvador report on the ups and downs of their entrepreneurship.
Companies should not benefit from the vulnerability of people in the informal economy but act with due diligence to fulfil their responsibilities to respect human rights.
In 1965, The Gambia had just gained internal self-rule from Britain when the country was opened up to tourism, increasing its dependency.
Tourism in the Brazilian state of Bahia thrives on the cultural heritage of the Afro-Brazilian population. But instead of authentic culture, the streets stage racist stereotypes.
Travelling to surf becomes more and more popular. However, the way the sport is being practiced today is based on a colonial past whose power structures continue into the present.
Baroque splendour makes Europe's metropolises a tourist magnet. What guests usually don't learn is that this prosperity is based on exploitation in the colonies.
Non-discrimination and diversity are important human rights issues for companies. Here's how tour operators can implement them.