This report examines tourism in Kashmir as a vehicle for promoting peace and security between India and Pakistan.
This study analyzes LDCs’ tourism development aspirations as provided in the Diagnostic Trade Integration Studies (DTIS) that were carried out under the Integrated Framework.
This paper seeks to analyze how tourism can foster the ongoing peacebuilding process in post-conflict Rwanda. As few studies have examined this potential role of tourism, this paper positions itself within the broader discussion on corporate engagement in peace promotion. Specifically, it examines how current tourism activities in Rwanda contribute to two overarching dimensions of peacebuilding: reconciliation and justice; and socio-economic foundations.
This seminal CREST publication marks the first comprehensive publication on travelers’ philanthropy.
This paper seeks to provide some guidance on key questions to address in measuring the impact of value chain interventions in tourism, and the extent to which information needs differ for diagnostics, baselines, and monitoring.