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Straße in der Wüste
© Robert Wenzel

In this section we give tips on events and literature around the topic of fair and socially responsible travel as well as further information and advice on the critical examination of the topic of tourism.

Avoiding the Trap

On their journeys to the Global South, tourists from Europe and North America risk to unknowingly reinforce stereotypes about other countries. Videos, pictures and hashtags on social media catalyze the spreading of outdated, neo-colonal clichés. This can be avoided.

Using their Influence for Good?

Lempuyang Tempel auf Bali. Instagram Instagram-Touristen in der Schlange
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Via Blogs, Instagram or Youtube travel bloggers reach thousands of people in search of inspiration and information for their travel - influencing a huge number of travellers in the choice of their holiday destinations, accommodation, or means of transport.

Fair tourism – A matter of heart and mind

Fair tourism – A matter of heart and mind. Tips for fair travel
© Brot für die Welt
The booklet in a convenient pocket format stimulates reflection and analysis regarding the impacts of tourism and gives practical tips for a fair and socially responsible way of travelling. At the same time, it is humorous and without a moralising undertone.

Tourism Watch at the ITB 2013 in Berlin

The ITB 2013 in Berlin is starting next weeks and as in the past years, Tourism Watch will have a booth there, together wit TourCert and ECPAT. We are also following up with our topic human rights in tourism by organising the panel discussion „ Human rights in practice" and present recent …

Travelling into an unknown future: 2050 – Tomorrow's Tourism

„2050 – Tomorrow's Tourism" by Ian Yeoman brims with enthusiasm, optimism and daring prophecies as his predictions are projected from today’s wealth, technology and resources. As a result, the consequences of global technology and income divides that will definitely persist beyond 2050 are …

Travelling into an unknown future: 2050 – Tomorrow's Tourism

„2050 – Tomorrow's Tourism" by Ian Yeoman brims with enthusiasm, optimism and daring prophecies as his predictions are projected from today’s wealth, technology and resources. As a result, the consequences of global technology and income divides that will definitely persist beyond 2050 are …

A Caleidoscope of Academic Tourism Critique

Critical Debates in Tourism edited by Tej Vir Singh is bound to be one of the most significant additions to the multi-disciplinary tourism discourse as 35 leading tourism experts voice passionate opinions on diverse issues ranging from the sustainability of mass tourism to the relative new …

World Social Forum in Tunisia

From 26th to 30th March, 2013 the World Social Forum is planned in the Tunisian capital of Tunis. In cooperation with international partners, Bread for the World – Tourism Watch is planning several events focussing on tourism and human rights. Workshops will discuss working conditions in …

A Caleidoscope of Academic Tourism Critique

Critical Debates in Tourism edited by Tej Vir Singh is bound to be one of the most significant additions to the multi-disciplinary tourism discourse as 35 leading tourism experts voice passionate opinions on diverse issues ranging from the sustainability of mass tourism to the relative new …
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