Early bird registration for Tourism4SDGs19 closes 09 November 2018

The early bird registration for the Tourism and the Sustainable Development Goals Conference 2019 (#Tourism4SDGs19) in Auckland, New Zealand will be closing on the 09th November 2018. Please register at:  https://tourism-sdg.nz/registration/

The conference, scheduled for 24-25 January 2019, will provide bring together scholars and tourism stakeholders for critical and constructive conversations on the challenges to tourism contributing to the SDGs, and ways in which tourism can be more inclusive, equitable and sustainable, in line with the values embedded in the Global Goals.

Be part of the action

Here are FIVE reasons to be at Tourism4SDGs19:

a line-up of internationally recognised keynote speakers: Susanne Becken, Johnny Edmonds and Michael Hall

two plenary panels on Partnerships for achieving the SDGs in Tourism and Indigenous Development, tourism and the SDGs, featuring representatives of academia, government, civil society and the private sector

with 80 speakers from 32 nationalities accepted to present, the conference promises to offer a rich array of geographical and theoretical perspectives

endorsement by the Tourism Commission of the International Geographic Union

networking opportunity at the welcome reception hosted by the Journal of Sustainable Tourism

Registration fee

Early Bird NZD 350
Standard NZD 450
Student Early Bird NZD 150
Student NZD 215
Welcome reception (sponsored by Journal of Sustainable Tourism) NZD 0 (first 100 registered delegates)

A draft programme will be published soon.

Register here https://tourism-sdg.nz/registration/

Follow the conference on Facebook and Twitter for updates and announcements.

See you in Auckland in January 2019!

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