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"Syrian Unrest Hurting Lebanon's Tourism IndustryAs civil war rages in neighbouring Syria and with tourism from the Gulf non-existent, hardened Lebanese merchants are surviving on a mixed bag of individual initiative, well-off Syrian tourists…"
"Tourism and Peace
An Initiative by the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Universitaet Klagenfurt, Austria
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"Croatia and IIPT sign memorandum of understanding
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DUBROVNIK, Croatia - At the beginning of February, the International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) and Folk Ensemble Lindjo from Dubrovnik, Croatia, have signed a Memorandum…"
"Dear Marcus. I am very happy to be a part of Tourism and Peace Group, I hope we will share our ideas and work for peace, I have a PGD in wildlife and iam working as a freelence in photogrpha ,thanks marcus for establish this forum , any one…"
"Welcome to the world of the War Tourist; a rare breed of traveller who seek out war-torn, lawless regions, more likely to feature on the 9 o'clock news than in a holiday brochure.
There is a growing trend for adventurous travellers to visit…"
"Disaster Edens: The Anti-Tourist Attraction
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I hold a diploma in travel and tourism economics and a master's in Sustainable Tourism Management, I worked in community tourism development in India's East and Northeast, and in PR and communications in Austria and Germany. My travels took me to MENA, South and Southeast Asia, the Caribbean and to most parts of Europe.
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Dear Marcus. I am very happy to be a part of Tourism and Peace Group, I hope we will share our ideas and work for peace, I have a PGD in wildlife and iam working as a freelence in photogrpha ,thanks marcus for establish this forum , any one who interested to vist Tanzania can communicate with me: email@example.com
I find your area of interest exciting; love to hear more. I associate to couchsurfing as a phenomena of crosscultural understanding connected to tourism, and thinking if there are more countries that relates to tourism as Bhutan does. :) Have a great week end/ Anneli, Sweden
Hello Marcus, Thank you very much for the msg, yes Asit is my good friend from India, We met in Human Rights Training Workshop in Mumbai India, and He is a very good professional , we have a good time together. hwo r u and how is ur work ?? Hope all is going well with you.
I am very happy to be a part of Tourism and Peace Group,
I hope we will share our ideas and work for peace in our areas as well as in the globe. I hope and you try to arrange some program or activity to participate and express our experiences..
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