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Dr Daniela Moreno Alarcón

Dr Daniela Moreno Alarcón

Daniela is a researcher and consultant in the field of gender and development, with a special focus on tourism as a development and poverty reduction strategy. Her PhD (Complutense University of Madrid, 2017) focused in the tourism from a gender perspective as an essential approach in the context of sustainable and responsible tourism development in Nicaragua. Since 2009 she has expanded her international project experience by fostering gender mainstreaming within tourism policies around the world. Daniela has been in charge…

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Tricia Barnett

Tricia Barnett

Tricia Barnett initiated and co-created Equality in Tourism with Stroma Cole in 2013, the first organisation working to ensure women’s equality within the tourism industry and to facilitate women’s opportunities within it. She is involved in the organisation’s development, project management and external consultancy. As director of Tourism Concern from 1991 to 2011, Tricia helped build the organisation into a key player for advocacy and change in sustainable tourism both in the UK and globally. At Tourism Concern, she worked…

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Dr Stroma Cole

Dr Stroma Cole

Stroma is a senior lecturer in international tourism development at the University of the West of England and combines her academic career with action research and consultancy. She has published widely: her latest edited collection is Tourism and Gender Equality: Beyond Empowerment (2018) follows her earlier Tourism and Inequality (2011), while her monograph, Tourism, Culture and Development: Hopes, Dreams and Realities from Eastern Indonesia (2007), explores tourism development in a remote region of eastern Indonesia. She is Associate editor of…

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Dr Lucy Ferguson

Dr Lucy Ferguson

Lucy is a researcher and consultant in the field of gender and development, with a special focus on tourism as a development strategy. Her PhD (University of Manchester, 2007) focused on the gender dimensions of tourism development in Central America. Since May 2010, she has been the UNWTO’s main consultant on gender issues. During this time, she has helped to edit the UNWTO-UN Women Global Report on Women in Tourism and worked on gender programmes such as the Women in…

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