How to protect and preserve natural and cultural heritage thanks to and beyond tourism

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The Hague, Netherlands

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11:00

October 21st at 11:00 in your time zone

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You are cordially invited to the Heritage & Slow TourismLAB meeting on October 21. This LAB meeting will focus on Slow Food Travel and offer the opportunity to learn from Slow Food Travel director at Slow Food, Michele Rumiz, and Slow Tourism expert Eckart Mandler.

The Heritage and SlowTourismLAB brings together researchers, students, business owners, destination marketers and policymakers to explore the varying meanings and practices of Slow and the opportunities and challenges of Slow Tourism, including Slow Travel, Slow Food, Slow Food Travel, Slow Retail, Cittaslow and other Slow destinations.

The LAB is a spin-off of the Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, International Conference (HTHIC) which is dedicated to the question “How can tourism destinations succeed in attracting visitors while simultaneously engaging all stakeholders in the preservation of natural and cultural heritage?”

Michele Rumiz will speak about “Slow Food Travel – ratio and practice to bridge tourism and high-quality and sustainable food production benefiting local communities”.

Eckart Mandler will speak about “Travelling to the roots of good taste as an opportunity for regions away from the tourist stream – Slow Food and Slow Travel as a successful model for Carinthia”.

Burçin Kalabay Hatipoğlu (UNSW Canberra, School of Business & Industrial Relations Research Centre – IRRC, Australia) and Karin Elgin-Nijhuis (Elgin & Co., HTHIC, Netherlands) will moderate the discussion.

The LAB meeting will take place live via Zoom, from 11:00 am until 12:30 CEST.
Participation is free, but you are kindly asked to RSVP. After registering you will receive more information on how to prepare for the LAB, references and reading materials. For further information and contact details, click here.

Event organized by Heritage and SlowTourismLAB.

Financed by the European Union. “The contents of this event are the sole responsibility of the author and the EASME is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information contained therein.”

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