Education is one of the key strategic priorities of the UNWTO. We recognize the vital need of supporting our member states in training and supporting the tourism workers of today and of tomorrow, giving them the skills and knowledge they need to meet changing employer demands and build a truly resilient and competitive sector.Education toolkit
Best Tourism Villages by UNWTO 2023
International tourist arrivals (% change vs. 2019)
The side-event “Tourism United for Climate Action – Delivering on the Commitments of the Glasgow Declaration” will showcase the tourism sector's capacity to enact concrete climate action, including measurement of tourism emissions, decarbonization strategies, regenerative approaches for destinations and innovative finance.
"Education is a key priority for UNWTO. From high school to university and then in the workplace, by giving people the right skills and knowledge, we can build a more resilient, sustainable sector and further boost tourism's role in our economies and societies."
Mr. Zurab Pololikashvili
SECRETARY-GENERAL OF THE UNWTO
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