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Activity plan of the roundtable Human Rights in Tourism e.V.

Author: Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism e.V., Published on: 29 June 2017

It becomes evident that the members benefit most from practical information that is ready to be applied to their working contexts... The structure of the working plan [contains] four main fields of intervention...

1. Institutionalization and International Outreach (internal and external communication) ...

2. Political Dialogue ... 

3. Exchange of Experience / good practise ...

4. Pilot Projects ... 

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