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EiT joins Sustainability Leaders panel

EiT joins Sustainability Leaders panel

We’re pleased to announce that our director Tricia has been asked to join the Sustainability Leaders Panel – a virtual research panel where leading sustainable tourism professionals answer questions linked to tourism and sustainability, and share their thoughts on trends, challenges and future directions. Over 60 experts participate in this forum, and we are pleased to be contributing to the discussions and insight. To find out more, head on over to their website http://sustainability-leaders.com/panel

Carla Ricaurte Quijano, our newest associate

Carla Ricaurte Quijano, our newest associate

We are pleased to announce that a new associate has joined the Equality in Tourism network. Carla Ricaurte Quijano is an Associate Professor in Tourism at the Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral (ESPOL) in Guayaquil, Ecuador. She has worked as a tourism-planning consultant for the Ministry of Tourism, various local authorities and NGOs in her country, and worked on the formulation of the National Strategic Plan for Sustainable Tourism Development. Growing up in a small tourist destination on the Ecuadorian…

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Water worries – new article by Stroma Cole

Water worries – new article by Stroma Cole

Stroma Cole recently presented her paper on intersectional feminist political ecology of tourism and water in Labuan Bajo, Indonesia at the 2017 Development Studies Association conference in Bradford, UK. Building on her numerous years of life and research in the country, she explores how tourism impacts the water resources of the region – and how these are, in turn, influenced by gendered socio-political dynamics. The analysis unpicks how patriarchal cultural norms, ethnicity, socio-economic status, life-stage and proximity to water sources…

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Call for associates’ input

Call for associates’ input

Equality in Tourism is collaborating with the Spanish NGO CIC Batá to develop a report that will enable a better understanding of the real impacts of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) on gender equality, and act as a tool for change. This collaboration has been prompted by the UN World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO) launch of the Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development (YSTD) in line with the SDGs. We very much want to reflect the real impacts and challenges of…

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Sarah Becklake, EiT associate

Sarah Becklake, EiT associate

Sarah’s research interests include development politics, corporeal mobilities, human security, inequalities, and embodiments, with a focus on Central America. Sarah has worked on policy and research projects for various international organisations, has taught courses in feminist political economy, gender studies, and sociology, and has presented her research at numerous international conferences. Sarah has a PhD in Sociology (Lancaster University, UK), and is currently a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Lancaster University (2017), having previously finished her MA in Global Political Economy…

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Great EiT presence at CTS Conference 2017

Great EiT presence at CTS Conference 2017

The annual Critical Tourism Studies Conference once again brought together many inspiring researchers, practitioners and advocates to discuss topical trends and developments in tourism around the world. Held from 25 – 29 June in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, the event called for “understanding tourism – changing tourism“, and on us all to understand ourselves and change our behaviour accordingly. We were pleased that no less than three of our Associates had been invited to share their insight at the event…

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