The webinar "Tourism for Good? Respecting Child Rights in Project Visits" by the Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism, held in May 2022, was targeted at tourism businesses and other stakeholders offering project visits where tourists come into contact with children during their travels. The …
Three women from Brazil and El Salvador report on the ups and downs of their entrepreneurship.
Trekking guides in India are usually male. But that can change, as this year’s TODO Award winner Himalayan Ecotourism shows.
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.
A report by the Oakland Institute documents the displacement of local indigenous people in private protected areas in Kenya and presents evidence of torture and killings.
Two international online seminar on vaccine equity were held and highlighted the need for more engagement from the tourism industry and also giving examples of implementation.
Non-discrimination and diversity are important human rights issues for companies. Here's how tour operators can implement them.
Since 50 years, the international community celebrates World Tourism Day annually on September 27. We have compiled some statements and demands from civil society networks.
A planned tourism project in the Indian Union Territory of Lakshadweep meets with resistance from both local people and the scientific community.
Sexual exploitation of children is a current and important issue. ECPAT Germany re-launched its online training for tourism professionals in English, German, and French.