In order to best address the challenges, ISTO International has set up several units.
The Alliance is a platform of academic institutions and scholars promoting research, the creation of new insights and training in the field of social and solidarity tourism.
The purpose of this international committee is to provide a forum for debate, interaction and proposals in order to enable public authorities and other relevant bodies to better understand existing mechanisms, to assess their strengths and weaknesses and to promote their use.
ISTO has begun research work on social policies of tourism in Europe and is currently focusing on the Americas.
Read our special bulletin on domestic tourism.
The purpose of this committee is to support the development of networks at the national level, advocate with public stakeholders, and exchange and disseminate best practices.
At the initiative of this committee, ISTO published in February 2020 the collection "Tourism as a development tool: 20 examples of responsible and fair tourism around the world".
Find its table of contents by clicking here and the entire publication here.
Several ISTO members (Belgium, France, Canada, Spain, Germany, United Kingdom, Costa Rica, Portugal,...) meet regularly to exchange good practices in accessible tourism.
All documents and links related to accessibility and inclusion can be found by clicking here.
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All the events related to accessibility and inclusion can be found by clicking here.