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Call for Contribution 2017 :
International Annual Conference on the Pedagogy, Travel and Tourism for Peace and Development
December 11-15, 2017
United Nations, Geneva, Switzerland
Tuesday December 12, 2017
from 14:30 to 18:00
FREE ENTRANCE UNDER SUBSCRIPTION (United Nations Access Pass)
Presentations will be held in english and french. Debates and questions will be organized in english and french. Thank you to use the form at the bottom of the page to subscribe including only for audience.
|Leading Projects of Education to Science and Citizen Sciences since 1992, and creating 1st Participatory Researches Camps in 2004, the NGO Objective Sciences International have the Special Consultative Status to United Nations. Active in all continents, the NGO organize every year, since 2012, the International Annual Conference on Rights of Nature in United Nations, at which one participate all Governments actives in this domain or interested by these works. From 2016, and every year, OSI organize into the heart of the United Nations hemicycle the International Annual Conference on Tourism and Travel for Sustainable Development, in order to allow all the actors and operators in these domains to exchange, meet and share directly and at the largest international level.|
Operators of Tourism, Smart Traveling and Alternative Pedagogy who exchange already at national and continental levels (Europe, America, Asia, Africa, Middle-East...) and who desire to exchange together, and share practices and solutions, at the world level, meet together at the Annual International Conference organized in the United Nations.
EcoTourism/Travel/Tourism Future/ Sustainable Development
Several public or associative organizations that are active in the domain of Tourism, federated or organized, at the international level. The main national actors, the federations, and the specific operators, organized presently at the international level, and are called to meet annually at the end of the civil year, at the International Annual Conference on Sustainable Development of Tourism, at United Nations, in Geneva.
This annual space of sharing results and pooling of skills, allow to the actors of the domain to exchange practices, solutions, ideas, needs.
Your Annual Exchanges Resource
In the following of the national and continental meetings that are organized in each country and continent by the local federation, this International Annual Conference at United Nations allow the actors to implement in consultation, or to inform mutually, of progress and actions they lead during the year, or that they have in project.
The participants at this Conference are:
- Local and regional actors of different countries
- Thematic Actors by disciplines
- Regional or national federations
- Thematic Federations, by disciplines
- Large Institutions of Tourism
- Travel agencies
- Government departments (Tourism, Education, Research, Environment, Industry ...) and international associations of Ministries
- Specialized Journalists (tourism, science, environment, education, sustainable development ...)
- UN agencies (UNDP, UNEP ...)
Subjects that are in the agenda of December 2017 are:
- Sustainable Tourism Development
- Tourism as a social agent (poverty reduction, peace maker)
- Travel 3.0
- Tourism: a tool for Science Development (promote scientific and educational activities towards the advancement of common man’s life by improving the theory and practice of various disciplines and sectors of Tourism and Transport and many more)
- Hospitality and Tourism
- Sustainable development policies and Tourism
- The Sharing Economy and Tourism
- New types of Sustainable Tourism
- Sustainable Tourism management and marketing
- Sustainability Trends in the Industry
Exchanges between stakeholders of the meeting will happen in a round table between speakers and debates with the audience of the Assembly.
Organiser : NGO Objective Sciences International, Geneva
Chairman : Thomas EGLI, President of Objective Sciences International
Moderators : Christa MUTH, Professor at the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland
14:00 – Opening of the Conference
14:30 - Introduction
14:30 - 15’
Recall of concepts of the International Annual Conference
Thomas EGLI, President of the NGO Objective Sciences International
Already Validated Presentations
Peace and Development index of the communities under the Sulong Kapayapaan program of Sarangani province, Mindanao
Peace and Development is one of the main thrusts of the Provincial Government of Sarangani. Incepted in 2007 by Executive Order No. 16, the program aims to sustain the gains of peace and development in the Peace and Development Communities of the province. This study aimed to determine the peace and development index of the forty one (41) Peace and Development Communities. Following the descriptive-quantitative method, six hundred fifteen (615) stakeholders were surveyed using the modified version of the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) assessment tool. Analysis of the data revealed that majority of the Peace and Development Communities belong to the adapting stage of development. The people in this communities based on the qualitative interpretation can assert their rights, and adopt systems and practices that promote peace while addressing human security needs while no barangay belongs to the early stage and emerging stage . The data also show that the social cohes ion, human rights protection and conflict management interplay a vital role in the development of communities. Thus, this study recommends for the use of other sources of primary information and a review on the road map to peace building efforts in Sarangani province so as to design incentive and intervention programs for the PDCs.
Keywords: Peace and Development Index, Sulong Kapayapaan Program, Sarangani Province, Mindanao
Mr Jovar Pantao, Esmaida Andang, and Jennifer Kamid, Mindanao State University-General Santos City, Philippines
Ethno- tourism and community tourism, a way to impact La Guajira Colombia
My name is Paola Andrea Forero Barrera, I am a historian with more than 14 years of experience in education and academy. I have worked in Bogota as a history teacher in English, at schools such as Gimnasio Britanico, Iragua, Portales and Hontanar. I was also a professor at Universidad de La Sabana, where I was able to accomplish my master’s degree on education. I arrived almost five years ago to the Guajira Peninsula to work as a teacher at Colegio Albania inside the Cerrejon mining complex. Ever since I met this region in depth, I dedicated myself to make ethnographies and developt experiences with three main approaches discovered during the process of dialogue and interaction with all the involved social members of the region. These approaches are: 1st, the sky, understanding the cosmogony of indigenous communities such as Wayuu, Arhuacos, Koguis, Wiwas and Kankuamos. 2nd, the soil, - starting with coal, gas, salt and "pancoger" products of the region(agriculture and wild fruits, veggies and such ). 3rd, the people, their rituals, customs and uses. On April 2014, after ending my contract with Cerrejon, I put on practice all I had learned, summing it into a social entrepreneurship the has the name of History Travelers SAS.
Mrs Paola FORERO, History Travelers SAS, Colombia, www.historytravelers.com
Rural tourism development
We are going to performance how the rural communities transform their economy base on agriculture to a rural tourism economy diversifying their incomes to introducing the community to new offers for people from all over the world and a new alternative and contact with nature at first hand creating new product as honey and innovative tourist services as walking through paths, horse-riding and milking cows , vegetable cultivation which combines the social responsibility with a relaxing experience and tourism.
An true experience that we are going to take is the topic LA CHOTA, located in the department of Carazo in the southwest of the capital of Nicaragua.
Fausto Guillermo LÓPEZ CARVAJAL, Nicaragua, Instituto Técnico José Dolores Estrada http://www.intecjo.com
Testimonial of Counseling for tour association in the municipality of MUY MUY, Matagalpa, Nicaragua.
Analyze the tourist offer of the MIPYME (Small and Mid-sized companies) under the approach of the market system under the model frame PUEBLO MAGICO (Magic Town) and identifying the systematic causes the avoid the tourism growth of these MIPYDEs having as a result more sources of jobs for the people of the communities.
Provide necessary tools for customer service and identify the opportunities which allow to get better the conditions to take care of the environment.
Kathya Corsina ALVARADO JARQUIN, Nicaragua, Instituto Técnico José Dolores Estrada, http://www.intecjo.com
Unity for Peace that how to possible
Here in the world peace is very necessary we need to know and learn from each other that how to spread the peace among humanity so I have done much work for the peace that how to gain the prosperity in the communities so it will be a great chance for me as I will be share my experience among the people of God.
Changing lives, Changing Communities, Changing Nations
Mr Yaqoob Gill, The Carol of God Ministry (CGM), Pakistan
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