Caribbean Alternative Responsible Tourism Project (CARTP)
Feb 1990, by Collaboration for Ecumenical Planning and Action in the Caribbean and South America (CEPACASA-Network), of which it is now a programme, at founding meeting following decision of a seminar, Oct 1989, Tobago. Formerly jointly sponsored by Caribbean Conference of Churches (CCC) and Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism (ECOT).
Encourage the Churches and organizations they represent to draw up a code of ethics for visitors; carry out research, document and disseminate information.Available with paid subscription only.
Training of speakers; development of a schools programme. Assists teachers to appreciate just tourism and its promotion; programme of exchange visits.
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- Transportation, Telecommunications
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- Innovative change
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