On 16 and 17 November, two days of discussion for nations, tourist destinations, institutions and companies on the right to “tourism for all”
On 16 and 17 November, the Kursaal Congress Centre of the Republic of San Marino will host the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) International Conference: “TOURISM FOR ALL – Advancing accessibility for destinations, companies and people” Two days of meetings, round tables and leading panels to promote “tourism for all” and discuss the actions to be taken by the tourism industry to ensure that people with disabilities can enjoy the right to tourism. San Marino hosts a new conference on accessible tourism 9 years after the last one. Together with Italy and UNWTO, San Marino will provide a platform for governments, destinations and the private sector to discuss the best ways to prioritize accessibility in any tourism policy or strategy. The goal of this event is to demonstrate once again that making tourist destinations and companies accessible will pave the way for the future. The conference will include two days of work with the participation of Ministers and authorities from different countries of the world as well as technicians and experts from public and private organisations. The conference will be attended by political authorities from different countries of the world, representatives of tourist destinations, local governments, authorities from international organizations, entrepreneurs from tourist and disability-related companies, doctors, managers and professionals. The goal of the conference is to draft the “San Marino Action Agenda”, a document that will define the guidelines for developing a tourism based on accessibility and sustainability – in line with the objectives of the UN Agenda 2030 – as well as on respect for people with disabilities, while, at the same time, making the Republic of San Marino into a permanent hub for designing policies on inclusiveness.