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L'IIPT présentera le ministre jordanien du Tourisme et des Antiquités au WTM

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STOWE, Vermont – The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) is proud to announce that HE Nayef Al-Fayez, Jordan Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, will be a featured speaker at thi

STOWE, Vermont – The International Institute for Peace through Tourism (IIPT) is proud to announce that HE Nayef Al-Fayez, Jordan Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, will be a featured speaker at this year’s IIPT event at World Travel Market in a panel discussion on:

Building Bridges of Collaboration for Sustainable Tourism Development in the Mediterranean Region

HE Nayef Al-Fayez has also recently been appointed Minister of Environment. Other featured speakers will include: UNWTO Secretary General, Dr. Taleb Rifai; HE Mohamed Hisham Abbas Zaazou, Minister of Tourism, Egypt; Mr. Elhamy ElZayat, Chairman and CEO, EMECO Travel, Egypt; and Mr. Hussein Dabbas, IATA Regional Director, MENA Region ( Middle East & North Africa) and former CEO of Royal Jordanian Airlines. The panel will be moderated by HE Akel Biltaji, Special Advisor to HM King Abdullah II and Ambassador at Large for IIPT.

The Mediterranean Region is the world’s most-visited destination. UNWTO projections are that it will be adding 10 million more international arrivals a year for a total of 500 million by 2030. The region is currently challenged with economic downturns in source markets; political transitions of the Arab Spring in Northern Africa; preserving natural and cultural heritage; and the impacts of climate change.

The session will explore opportunities for collaborative strategies to achieve sustainable tourism development in support of the UN Millennium Development Goals; attracting visitors from new and emerging markets; and nurturing tourism, culture, the arts and sport in promoting a “Culture of Peace” throughout the region.

LIEU ET HEURE

The session will be held at the ExCel Center, Tuesday, November 6, from 1530 to 1630 in South Gallery Room 20.

À PROPOS DE L'INSTITUT INTERNATIONAL POUR LA PAIX PAR LE TOURISME

L'IIPT se consacre à la promotion et à la facilitation des initiatives touristiques, qui contribuent à la compréhension et à la coopération internationales, à l'amélioration de la qualité de l'environnement, à la préservation du patrimoine, à la réduction de la pauvreté et à la résolution des conflits - et, grâce à ces initiatives, contribuent à un environnement plus pacifique et plus monde durable. L'IIPT se consacre à la mobilisation des voyages et du tourisme, la plus grande industrie du monde, en tant que première «industrie mondiale de la paix», une industrie qui promeut et soutient la conviction que «chaque voyageur est potentiellement un ambassadeur de la paix».

Pour plus d'informations sur IIPT, veuillez visiter le site Web: www.iipt.org ou écrire à [email protected] .

IIPT est membre de la Conseil international des partenaires du tourisme (ICTP), une coalition de voyages et de tourisme à croissance rapide regroupant des destinations mondiales engagées dans un service de qualité et une croissance verte.