ENAT - Working together to make Tourism in Europe Accessible for AllENAT e-Bulletin 59
22nd December 2015
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Season's Greetings

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Dear ENAT members, dear Friends,
Just a few words to you all to wish you a peaceful and successful New Year.

2015 has been a year of hard times for many of our member countries. Social and political situations have impacted forcefully on the open and serene world of tourism, changing attitudes of millions of tourists.
ENAT’s scope has always been focused on the main objective of tourism: uniting people and favouring better understanding among cultures.
We will continue to work strongly towards these goals, despite all controversial events that may continue to produce their scaring effects.
We will listen to all voices, sustain all initiatives towards a world really open to Everyone!

We will maintain our commitment to unite all positive ideas and proposals that could really lead to a “World for Everyone”  as stated last year in the Montreal “Destinations for All Summit” Declaration.
We count on all of you to achieve this result and to open our minds, our offers and countries to each individual who is willing to meet, understand and share experiences.
With my sincere wishes,
Anna Grazia Laura

Event Announcement

EU Sustainable and Accessible Tourism Day. (See Provisional Agenda)

Brussels, 28 January 2016. This is a joint event combining a conference on the European Tourism Indicators System (ETIS) and a workshop on accessible tourism. At this event sustainability and accessibility are presented as complementary strategies to successfully manage and promote tourism destinations. ENAT will be participating in the event. Registration form.

>>> View the ENAT Accessible Tourism Events Calendar


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