Indigenous Tourism & Human Rights In Asia & the Pacific Region

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The primary aim of the report is to support the increased engageThe primary aim of the research project Indigenous Tourism & Human Rights is to support the increased engagement of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) in the prevention of Indigenous rights’ infractions and violations through tourism development, and in the promotion of Indigenous peoples’ tourism that is respectful of their traditional and human rights while supporting sustainable development. The research builds upon the positive contribution of PATA to these issues with the formation of the Larrakia Agreement at the first Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference held in Darwin in March 2012.

Tools / Guidelines / Training
Pacific Asia Travel Organisation [PATA]
72 pages
Indigenous Peoples / Minorities Rights
Tourism Development