Second Webinar is online

Webinar 2 October 2019 start slide

On 2 October 2019 the Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism conducted its second 1-hour webinar on "How can tour operators assess human rights impacts in their value chains?". 
20 international participants from different tourism stakeholder groups attended the webinar.

This one-hour webinar follows the 28 August webinar on the Roundtable’s “blueprint” tool with step-by-step guidance through the process of a destination specific human rights impact assessment (HRIA) for tour operators.

This second webinar was conducted shortly after the actual on-site assessment in Thailand and Myanmar, which took place from 5 to 17 September 2019.

The webinar focusses on how to assess potential and actual human rights-related impacts of business activities in a selected tourism destination. The first findings of the on-site assessment are shared and discussed:

  • How the on-site schedule was developed and what experiences were made?
  • How stakeholders were consulted and the results collected?
  • What challenges came up and what learnings were made?
  • How to develop and implement an action plan with follow-up measures based on the human rights impacts identified?

During the webinar, participants

  • receive up-to date information on the conducted on-site assessment,
  • hear about the analysis of the collected information,
  • learn how the results of the on-site assessment are implemented in the development of the blueprint tool,
  • learn about the development of follow-up measures and an action plan to address the issues identified, and
  • can ask questions and provide feedback on the methodology.



There will be a workshop on 22 October in Berlin for interested stakeholders –"The Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism shares its tools and experiences from Thailand and Myanmar, and would like to work on the development of follow-up measures to address the issues identified”. You are very welcome to join us and discuss with us on follow-up measures. To register for the workshop, please write an Email to info [at] humanrights-in-tourism [dot] net

You find more detailed information on the whole project HERE. 
There will be ongoing info about the project, and also upcoming events and projects on the RT channels on Twitter, LinkedIn and facebook.