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Asunto:[GAP] Indigenous Tourism Rights International
Fecha:Lunes, 14 de Junio, 2004  08:03:34 (+0200)
Autor:cecilia rouvrais <cecilain @....fr>

            De :  agustín guzmán <chavindehuantar@...>  
            Envoyé :  dimanche 13 juin 2004 16:46:09  
            Ŕ :  4worlds@...  
            Objet :  "rethinking tourism certification" internet conference for
Indigenous Peoples  
             
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            For Immediate Release:   Tourism Rights to host international  
                     "rethinking tourism certification" internet conference for
Indigenous Peoples  
 
            St. Paul, MN May 25, 2004.  
 
            From May 31 through July 2, Indigenous Tourism Rights International 

            will open a (cyber)space for Indigenous voices to weigh in on
tourism  
            certification.  Participants from Indigenous communities,
organizations  
            and tourism businesses will share their experiences, concerns, and  
            successes with tourism certification while developing a new vision
and  
            possible alternatives.  
 
            Over the past decade, international organizations have applied  
            international certification and labels to everything from
shade-grown  
            coffee beans to socially responsible ice cream. These experiments  
            have produced varying results. Ecotourism and sustainable tourism  
            certification programs have also produced conflicting results.  
 
            As international NGOs press ahead with ecotourism certification,  
            many Indigenous organizations wonder if establishment certification 

            initiatives will benefit them or lead to their further
marginalization  
            and disenfranchisement. Ethical marketing, the development of  
            standards, and what it means to be Indigenous-owned and operated
will  
            be discussed -- all within the framework of Indigenous rights and  
            self-development.  
 
            "Dialogue across continents," reports Tourism Rights' director,  
            Deborah McLaren, "will assist Indigenous communities worldwide in  
            developing an alternative vision for the development and promotion  
            sustainable projects."  
 
            In addition to speaking to with Indigenous experts and activists,  
            conference participants will be able to access case studies,
background  
            documents, and discuss via internet and e-mail with each other.
Conference  
            hosts include Crescencio Resendiz-Hernandez and Deborah McLaren.
Special  
            guests include Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (Tebtebba Foundation, the  
            Philippines); Rodrigo Ruiz (Kaleap, Peru); Beatrice Blake and Anne
Becher  
            (co-authors of New Key to Costa Rica); Kate Robinhawk (Centro
Ecological  
            Akumal, Quintana Roo, Mexico); Luis  
            Vivanco (University of Vermont); Luciano Minerbi (University of  
            Hawaii at Manoa);  Jennifer Seif and Ada Chan (Fair Trade Tourism
South  
            Africa); Rejent Gravel (Ecuador case study) and others.  Moderators
are  
            Norbert Hohl, Marie-Andree Delisle, and Milo Sybrant. Ron Mader,
host of  
            www.planeta.com provided technical training and the development of
the  
            website.  
 
            Indigenous Tourism Rights International, founded in 1995, hosts an  
            international network of Indigenous communities and organizations
that  
            work together on tourism issues, policies, technical assistance, and

            education.  In 2002, Tourism Rights hosted a groundbreaking global
forum  
            on Indigenous Tourism in Oaxaca Mexico, which included
representatives  
            from organizations from every corner of the Western Hemisphere. This

            meeting was a direct result to the marginalization of Indigenous
voices  
            and concerns during the prepatory meetings and actual the
International  
            Year of Ecotourism celebration in Quebec. As a result the
participants  
            created the "Oaxaca Declaration," basic guidelines and protocols for

            developing tourism in Indigenous territories which was delivered to
the  
            World Summit on Sustainable Development in Johannesburg, South
Africa, and  
            the International Year of Ecotourism Summit in Quebec, Canada.  
 
            The online conference will take place in English and Spanish. To
register,  
            go to www.tourismrights.org and click on "Rethinking Certification

            Conference."  Indigenous Peoples who have experience, or are
interested in  
            tourism development in their communities are especially encouraged
to  
            participate. Those with fair trade experience (agricultural
products,  
            textiles, etc) are also needed to share their stories.  
 
            Join us for another groundbreaking conference, and remember to  
 
                Travel First Class:  Respect Indigenous Rights!  
 
            For more information contact  
            Tourism Rights  
            366 N. Prior Ave., Suite 205  
            St. Paul, MN 55104 USA  
            Tel. 651-644-9984'  
            Deborah@...  
            www.tourismrights.org  
 
 
 
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