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World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) – 3

What you can do against Child Exploitation in Tourism Individuals • Raise awareness of the issue with those around you • While in a destination: o refrain from engaging in any form of exploitation of children o report suspicious behaviour o become an informed and responsible traveller • Volunteer with local or regional office of […]

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World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) – 2

The Ethics & Social Responsibility Programme of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a specialised agency of the United Nations, is tasked with the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. Guided by the provisions of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, the programme focuses on issues of child protection, accessible tourism for all, […]

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World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) – 1

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) is the United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism. As the leading international organization in the field of tourism, UNWTO promotes tourism as a driver of economic growth, inclusive development and environmental sustainability and offers leadership and support to the sector in advancing […]

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South east Asia – Geneva Conference 1954

It is an effort to resolve several problems in Asia, including the war between the French and Vietnamese nationalists in Indochina, representatives from the world’s powers meet in Geneva. The conference marked a turning point in the United States’ involvement in Vietnam. Representatives from the United States, the Soviet Union, the People’s Republic of China, […]

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American History – The war for independence 

The first continental congress-1774 Rights and grievances were sent to the king urging for the repeal of the intolerable act. The congress urged the colonists to organize local militia and start military training. The delegates agreed to meet in 1775. The second continental congress meeting was to serve as the first union of all colonies. […]

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South East Asia – II World War and its impact on Southeast Asia

South East Asia The term Southeast Asia was used since the World War II. Its normally refer to the region south of China and east of India. Countries of South East Asia The countries includes Thailand, Laos, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar (Burma), Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore. With the exception of Thailand, these countries were […]

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Nur Jahan

Mehr-un-Nisa was married to Jahangir in 1611 A.D. THE Emperor was so much captivated by her charm that he conferred upon her the title of Nur-i-Mahal, and soon after that, of Nur-i-Sanan(the light of the world). As soon as Nur Jahan became the empress she acquired an extraordinary influence upon the Emperor. Her influence increased […]

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Development in Contemporary China Economy  and Society -3

China’s 55 officially recognized minority nationalities (shaoshu minzu), many of whom live on the social and economic periphery of the country, represent a special development problem for the government bureaucracy (Guan and Young 2002; Harrell 1995). Minority peoples figure prominently in all the studies represented in this special issue, ranging from the Manchu and Koreans […]

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Development in Contemporary China Economy  and Society -2

A central development goal for China’s current leadership is to provide xiaokang (literally “small comfort”) for the citizenry. Xiaokang, which translates roughly as “being well off,” is a historical concept with roots in the Warring States Period (475-221 BC). The concept has been revived as a modern development goal by leading members of the Chinese […]

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