Ecumenical Coalition on Tourism (ECOT)
Founded Jan 1982, as Ecumenical Coalition on Third World Tourism (ECTWT), by 7 regional organizations, which are the Coalition's members, in response to the profound impact of tourism upon Third World communities. As of 2016, assumed ceased to exist.
Work in collaboration with secular and faith-based groups around the world; seek to unite people around collective efforts that promote socially, economically and ethically responsible tourism; promote tourism based on justice and sustainability for host communities; advocate the protection of human rights of women, children, indigenous peoples and workers in the tourist trade.
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Executive Committee of 7 members, consisting of representatives of the founding bodies. Executive Committee; Board of Consultants; Secretariat.
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