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  • September 26, 2017

The International Tourism Partnership (ITP) today announces the four Goals supported by ITP member companies as the major industry reference point to drive progress towards sustainability. The ITP Goals are a carefully constructed and practically achievable response to four of the core sustainability issues impacting responsible hospitality providers globally. At a glance, they include: YOUTH EMPLOYMENT: Collectively impact one million young people through employability programmes…

Join ITP as a Youth Career Initiative Partnerships Manager in South East Asia

August 31, 2017

Our flagship programme, YCI - the Youth Career Initiative - is the hotel industry’s global solution to youth unemployment. By working in partnership with the world’s leading hotels and non-profit…

Shiva Modern Slavery lessons for the hotel industry

August 24, 2017

In July, Shiva Hotels launched an anti-slavery programme across its hotel group. Here Sian Lea, Senior Programme Manager for Shiva Foundation, who have been supporting the Shiva Hotels Group with…

Water is not cheap, it is invaluable

August 10, 2017

Almost a year ago exactly, the International Tourism Partnership (ITP) launched the Hotel Water Measurement Initiative (HWMI) at SIWI World Water Week to support the hotel sector towards consistent measuring…

Hotels can work together to prevent Trafficking in People

July 27, 2017

ITP members are acutely aware of the risk to their supply chain of modern slavery and human trafficking, which is why they collaborate to help put an end to this…

Offering hospitality to refugees

July 3, 2017

Several of ITP's member companies have properties in countries which have been affected by the refugee crisis. Having seen how employability programmes like YCI can help disadvantaged young people around…

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Dr Taleb Rifai supports ITP"s Goals for 2030

What"s the value of membership to ITP?

ITP"s members describe the value they get from being a part of ITP and collaborating across shared sustainability issues.

ITP Director Fran Hughes interviewed at WTTC 2017

YCI - helping young people build promising futures

The Youth Career Initiative works with local non profit partners around the world and the global hotel industry to help disadvantaged young people build promising futures. Find out how we do it.

ITP launched the Hotel Water Measurement Initiative at World Water Week

Leading hotel companies worked collaboratively to drive responsible business and water stewardship in the industry.

Human Trafficking and the Hotel Industry - Fran Hughes Interview at HICAP 2015

Giving hope to survivors of human trafficking - a YCI video

An introduction to the Youth Career Initiative

A look at the impacts of our YCI programme with a particular focus on India

Stephen Farrant, ITP, at World Travel Market 2013

Fran Hughes from ITP at World Travel Market 2014