COMMUNITY LAB 15 Oct-26 Nov. 2020 Remote participation
WEBINAR 3 Jul. 2020 12.30-14.00 CEST Watch the replay
A creative Lab for policy makers and practitioners at the time of Covid-19
The Covid-19 pandemic has heavily affected tourism worldwide and it is expected to continue doing so over the coming months. In such a changing context, there is a widespread acknowledgement that tourism will never be the same in the Covid-19 aftermath. The effects of the pandemic will modify the way we move, the way we stay, and the way we experience destinations.
This massive change will not be linear and destinations around the world will face unprecedented challenges. Hence, the demand for new skills, new tools and new strategic approaches will increase. The recovery of tourism requires conceiving innovative ideas and views, considering all phases of the customer journey.
The recovery will require a long time and, now more than ever, there is the need of a transition toward a more sustainable tourism. The sustainability concept should be intended in a broader perspective, and the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development should be regarded as the reference guideline for such transformation. This will be particularly important when it comes to the future of tourism in natural areas as the protection of nature will be particularly important after the pandemic.
Materials & Information
Project outline & Agenda
Cost & Participation
There was no participation fee.
The participation to the international webinar on 3 Jul. 2020 was only subject to online registration. The recording is available.
The Community Lab was subject to a selection process. Candidates had to provide:
► Personal and professional information.
A panel of experts selected 32 participants for the Community Lab considering the curriculum and the presented case study. This final phase was divided into two stages.
■ 15 Oct. - 15 Nov. 2020. The focus was on the participants’ individual case studies, to analyse, assess and enrich them with a blend of online tutorship and virtual group working for a maximum of 20 hours of estimated individual workload.
■ 23-26 Nov. 2020. A four-day intensive online Lab of plenary sessions (4 hours per day) to compare and build on the main lessons learned and fresh concepts developed in the previous four weeks of group work.
The webinar and the Community Lab were held in digital format through the ZOOM platform.
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Winter Academy on Tourism management for UNESCO designated sites in Natural Areas (T.UN.NA)
Organised by the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development in co-operation with the OECD Tourism Committee and in partnership with tsm-Trentino School of Management, the UNESCO Dolomites Foundation and the Autonomous Province of Trento, Italy
The Winter Academy on Tourism management for UNESCO designated sites in Natural Areas (T.UN.NA) offered a training for policy makers, managers and professionals actively engaged in managing tourism in natural sites listed under one of UNESCO programmes (World Heritage, MAB Man and the Biosphere, Global Geoparks).
At the end of the course, participants acquired a deeper understanding of tourism management in natural areas; learned how to implement effective solutions to the problems of unbalanced tourism development in natural areas; and developed expertise in putting in place effective strategies to drive the change towards sustainable goals within natural and protected areas.
13-16 December 2010, Trento, Italy & 3-7 December 2011, Trento, Italy
New strategies for tourism and local development in the Mediterranean region (Trento, Italy) - 1st & 2nd edition
Organised by the OECD Trento Centre for Local Development in co-operation with the OECD Tourism Committee, the Centre for International Co-operation and tsm-Trentino School of Management
The two capacity building seminars aimed to build and share the knowledge and know-how of participants on how local territorial assets and communities are a driver for sustainable tourism; what integrated policies and effective governance structures are needed for pursuing long term local development based on tourism; how to consider well preserved local culture, quality of life and landscapes as key factor for tourism development; and how to build skills and to foster entrepreneurial climate for tourism development.