UNWTO award finalists announced
The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has announced the finalists to win the 15th UNWTO Awards for inspirational projects which have made an invaluable contributions to advance sustainable tourism.
The nominees are praised for contributing to advance the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Initiatives from Canada, Colombia, India, Italy, Spain, Switzerland and the Philippines made it to the list of finalists for 2019's UNWTO Awards, ranging from community-based tourism development and innovation-driven nature conservation to heritage tourism and promotion of accessible tourism.
The UNWTO Awards recognize the contribution of public and private institutions, as well as NGOs, in the development of a more competitive, responsible and sustainable tourism sector that works towards achieving the 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and its 17 SDGs.
A total of 190 applications from 71 countries were received in the three categories: Public Policy and Governance, Enterprises, and Non-Governmental Organizations.
UNWTO Award in Public Policy and Governance
UNWTO Award in Enterprises
UNWTO Award in Non-Governmental Organizations
Information on the finalists http://marketintelligence.unwto.org/content/15th-unwto-awards-finalists
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