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Building Bridges: Peace, Culture & Prosperity through Sustainable , Tourism

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Prof Bruce Royan <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 26 May 1999 16:09:59 +0100 (BST)

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Third Global Conference:

Building Bridges: Peace, Culture & Prosperity through Sustainable Tourism

Glasgow, Scotland 7 October 17 - 21, 1999

The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT)
Fox Hill 13, Cottage Club Road, Stowe Vermont 05672 USA
Telephone: +802-253-2658 Fax: +802-253-2645 E-mail: [log in to unmask]
IIPT web site: WWW.IIPT.ORG -REGISTER now on the WEB

Keynote Speakers

Fifteen internationally prominent keynote speakers will be featured in
plenary sessions including: Two Nobel Peace Prize winners; Francesco
Frangialli, Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization; Dr.
Mohammed El Ashry, Chief Executive Officer of the Global Environment
Facility; Cora Weiss, President of the Hague Appeal for Peace; Hon. George
Payne, Chairman of Caribbean Tourism Organization; Jeremy Harris, Chair of
Mayors' Asia-Pacific Environmental Summit; and the President of the Africa
Travel Association. 

Conference Aim

Identify, encourage and develop tourism initiatives that will contribute
to sustainable human, social, cultural and economic development in the
21st Century. Particular emphasis will be placed on building two-way
bridges among developed, developing and emerging economies of the world. 

Conference Objectives

7 Presentation and discussion of 150 'real life' case studies of "Success
Stories" from regions worldwide.
7 Conceive specific projects and programs for launching in the Year 2000.
7 Create a "21st Century Agenda for Peace through Tourism".
7 Provide a forum for leading thinkers and doers including researchers,
educators, policy makers and practitioners interested in the vision of
tourism as a global peace industry.
7 Use the occasion of the Conference to further the sustainable tourism
aims of Glasgow, Scotland and the UK in the global context.

Who Should Attend?

The Conference will bring together participants from more than 70
countries
representing the diverse sectors of the travel and tourism industry, both
public and private, non-governmental organizations (NGO's). Professionals
interested in the areas of environment, parks, culture, heritage,
recreation, international exchange programs, and peace are encouraged to
attend in addition to:

7 National, regional and local tourism officials.
7 Tour operators, travel agents, transport and hospitality professionals.
7 Educators, students, researchers, consultants, writers, journalists,
editors and publishers.
7 Individuals from cultural development, and indigenous organizations.
7 Urban and regional planners, landscape architects, architects, and land
developers. 

7 Representatives from multi-lateral, and bi-lateral aid agencies, lending
institutions, and development organizations.
7 Organizations promoting peace, cultural exchange and international
understanding.
7 Persons interested in advancing travel opportunities for the disabled.
7 Political and religious leaders.


Conference Endorsements
World Tourism Organization (WTO) World
Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC

Conference Program

In addition to keynote speakers, the Conference will feature 150 'real
life' case studies of "Success Stories" as well as workshops in concurrent
sessions. Topic areas include, but are not limited to, case studies
demonstrating the contribution of sustainable tourism to the promotion of:

7 International understanding and cooperation
7 Human, social, cultural, spiritual or educational development
7 Economic development
7 Heritage preservation
7 Environmental protection, including parks and protected areas
7 Bio-diversity
7 Rural and community development
7 Indigenous programs
7 Opportunities for the disabled

A sampling of "Success Stories" to be presented are: sustainable tourism
projects in Botswana, Russia, and Samoa; peace building initiatives in
Northern Ireland and Israel; and community development enterprises in
Nepal, Zambia and the Philippines.

Call for "Success Stories"

Abstracts of case studies are invited as well as proposals for workshops.
Individuals interested in nominating "Success Stories" are invited to
contact one of the persons indicated below:

Case study nominations from non-university based professionals should be
submitted to:

Liz Lasser 
Director of Programming and Media Relations
The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT)
13 Fox Hill, Cottage Club Road
Stowe, Vermont 05672 USA
Telephone: 802-253-2373
Fax: 802-253-2673
E-mail: [log in to unmask]

Case study nominations from university-based professionals should be
submitted to:

Professor Tom Baum
Academic Conference Chair
The Scottish Hotel School University of Strathclyde 
IIPT Third Global Conference
Curran Building, 94 Cathedral Street,
Glasgow, Scotland G4 OLG UK
Telephone: 44 (0)141-548-3951
Fax: 44 (0)141-552-2870
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
* All presenters will be asked to register for the conference and to pay
registration fees.

Prof Bruce Royan, CEO,  SCRAN (Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network)
http://www.scran.ac.uk/    tel (+44) 131 662 1211    fax(+44) 131 662 1511 



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