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  • March 30, 2020

With governments, communities and businesses taking action to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and support the welfare of their people, staff and customers, the hospitality industry is playing their part. The travel and tourism industry faces an unprecedented existential crisis. Despite this, hotels and restaurants across the world continue to look for ways that their facilities and staff can support their local communities. The hospitality industry…

Running 100 miles to support disadvantaged young people to start a career in hospitality

March 16, 2020

Guest blog by Terry Baker, Senior reporter, Europe, Hotel News Now / STR On 13 June, Terry Baker will be running 100 miles in the South Downs Way run to support…

The Business Case for Sustainable Hotels

February 3, 2020

New Report Launched by International Tourism Partnership and IFC International Tourism Partnership (ITP), in collaboration with the International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, has produced…

Opening up new perspectives for young people in Sri Lanka through hospitality training

December 18, 2019

International Tourism Partnership’s Youth Career Initiative has partnered with TUI Care Foundation to launch the first TUI Academy in Sri Lanka to provide career opportunities for 150 disadvantaged young people.…

International Tourism Partnership launches the first hospitality industry training to address risks of modern slavery in labour sourcing

November 27, 2019

Launching today, our new training is the first to provide guidance on addressing the particular risks of modern slavery in labour sourcing. This training was developed by Hilton to train…

Labour Rights in the Hospitality Sector in Qatar: A Moment of Opportunity

November 20, 2019

Guest blog by Alix Nasri, Technical Specialist, ILO Project Office in Qatar, William Rook, Senior Advisor, Strategy & Programmes, IHRB. Hospitality represents a significant and growing sector in Qatar, with a…

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