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Description

Travel is the movement of people between distant geographical locations. Travel can be done by foot, bicycle, automobile, train, boat, bus, airplane, ship or other means, with or without luggage, and can be one way or round trip. Travel can also include relatively short stays between successive movements, as in the case of tourism.

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Organizations relating to Travel

European Travel Commission / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1948
eSafetyAware / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 2008
Green Hotels Association / Houston TX, USA / Est. 1993
International Association for Travel Behaviour Research / Bangalore, India / Est. 1970
Association of International Travel Agents Network / Miami FL, USA
Mediterranean Travel Association / Est. 2005
European Golf and Travel Media Association
Central and Eastern European Travel Retail Association / Brussels, Belgium
Nordic Travel Retail Group / Hellerup, Denmark
BeNeLux Travel Retail Association / Hoofddorp, Netherlands
Federation of ASEAN Travel Associations / Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
European Travel and Tourism Advisory Group / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1981
Asia Trails Network / Est. 2014
Guild of European Business Travel Agents / Brussels, Belgium / Est. 1990
US Travel Association / Washington DC, USA / Est. 1939
Council on Standards for International Educational Travel / Alexandria VA, USA / Est. 1984
Association of Southern African Travel Agents / Benmore, South Africa / Est. 1956
Sustainable Travel International / White Salmon WA, USA / Est. 2002
GBTA Europe / Amersham, UK / Est. 2010
Global Business Travel Association / Alexandria VA, USA
Walking Tree Travel / Denver CO, USA
Fédération internationale des agences de voyages / Est. 1965
European Business Travel Association / Est. 1971
All African Travel Agents Association
Universal Organization of Travel Agents' Associations
Student Travel Association of Asia / Est. 1971
European Union of Travelling Tradesmen / Rome, Italy / Est. 1981
Federation of Nordic Travel Agents' Associations / Est. 1939
The Intrepid Foundation / Melbourne VIC, Australia / Est. 2002
Clusterize - Business Roaming Agreement / Karlsruhe, Germany
Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East / Duns, UK / Est. 1997
Travel Technology Association / Arlington VA, USA / Est. 1999
Middle East and North Africa Travel Association / Hove, UK
Latin American Travel Association / London, UK
Protocol Concerning the Abolition of Passports for Travel / Est. 1952
Agreement Concerning Specific Stability Requirements for Ro-ro Passenger Ships Undertaking Regular Scheduled International Voyages Between, to or from Designated Ports in North West Europe and the Baltic Sea / London, UK / Est. 1996
Exchange of Letters Constituting an Agreement Concerning the Use of Seamen's Books as Travel Documents / Est. 1964
Convention on Road Traffic Concerning the Dimensions and Weights of Vehicles Permitted to Travel on Certain Roads / Est. 1950
Convention Internationale Relative au Contrat de Voyage / Rome, Italy / Est. 1970
Exchange of Letters Constituting an Agreement Concerning the Use of the Seaman's Book as a Travel Document / Est. 1964
Final Act of the Intergovernmental Conference on the Adoption of a Travel Document for Refugees / Est. 1946
European Travel Offices and Hotels Associations
Euro-Tickets / Brussels, Belgium
Cultural Travel Organizations International / St Louis MO, USA
Formation internationale voyage études / Nice, France / Est. 1980
Network of Mediterranean Cultural Itineraries / Granada, Spain
International Travellers Associations / Kowloon, Hong Kong / Est. 1986
Travelling Folk High School / Øyer, Norway
Travelling School - Third World / Warburg, Germany
World Federation of Travel School Graduates

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World Problems relating to Travel

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Discriminatory targeting of travellers by border control officials
Travellers' enhanced risk of disease
Fraudulent acquisition or use of passports

Action Strategies relating to Travel

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Protecting against travel health hazards
Decreasing population mobility
Decreasing travel to workplace
Setting safety standards for air travel
Coordinating tourism legislation
Developing international youth tourism
Assisting travelling
Developing tourism
Limiting image of travel
Implementing global travel schemes
Conducting varied travel experiences
Providing travel opportunities
Abolishing unethical practices concerning movement of people
Providing dependable scheduled travel
Risking travel
Travelling illegally
Attracting potential travel dollars
Applying animal sanitary regulations in international travel
Studying disease transmission by international travel
Facilitating resident pedestrian travel
Avoiding travelling hazards
Protecting pedestrians
Moving-Stagnating
Widening citizen travel experiences
Organizing dependable travel system

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