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Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sports

Tourism Industry Response to Terrorism, Crisis, and Disasters

Educating for a Culture of Peace through Tourism

Miscellaneous

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Past IIPT Conference Presentations
 

Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sports

 

Keynote Addresses


Healing Wound of Conflict through Tourism, Culture and Sport
H. E. Mr. Joseph Malwal Dong, Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife - Sudan

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 

South-North Tourism Exchanges to Promote Peace on the Korean Peninsula

Mr. U.S. Chung, Chairman and CEO, Korean Tourism Association

Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005


Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sport: An Angolan Case Study

Hon. Eduardo Jonatão S. Chingunji, Minister for Hotels and Tourism of Angola
Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005


Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sport: Uganda

Hon. Daudi Migereko, Minister of Trade, Tourism, and Wildlife, Republic of Uganda

Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005


Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sport: Israel

Hani Abu Dayyeh, President, Near East Tourist Agency, Jerusalem

Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005

 

Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Tourism, Culture, and Sport
Ambassador Torsten Orn, Member, Royal Swedish Academy of War Sciences, St. Antony’s College, Oxford and the Court of Conciliation and Arbitration, Geneva

Third African Conference, Zambia 2005

 

The Role of Tourism in Healing the Wounds of Conflict
Dr. Salim Ahmed Salim, Chairman, Mwalimu Nyerere Foundation
Second African Conference, Tanzania 2003

 

Papers

 

Reconciliation through Tourism
Ian Kelly, Adjunct Lecturer, University of South Australia, Australia
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Revolutionary Ways of Reporting Conflict: Kenyan Media Case Study
George Kamau, Communication Officer
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Community-based Reintegration of Former Combatants: the Lord's Resistance Army in Northern Uganda
Muwonge J. Maxie, Executive Director, Fellowship of Reconciliation in Uganda
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Healing the Wounds Of Conflict
Major General (RTD) Gerrit N. Opperman, CEO, Voortrekker Monument 7 Heritage Foundation of South Africa
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Tourism4Peace Forum: Best Practice in Peace through Tourism Education
Ph.D. Omar Moufakkir, CHN University the Netherlands

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Healing the Wounds of Conflict through Reconciliation: The African Paradigm
Dr. Alex Nkabahona, Coordinator, MA Peace and Conflict Studies Program, Makerere University, Uganda
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Ecotourism in Post-Conflict Peace Building: A New Tool for Reconciliation
Nikolas Strong-Cvetich, Monterey Institute of International Studies, USA
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Measuring the Social Impacts of Events – Resident Reactions to the North Sea Jazz Festival Cape Town
Kamilla Swart, Cape Peninsula University of Technology, South Africa

Third African Conference, Zambia 2005

 

Basis for the Future of Tourism Development in Serbia
Jovan Popesku

Second Global Summit, Switzerland 2003

 

Spirituality in Tourism Forum Summary
Gail Lash

Second Global Summit, Switzerland 2003

 

Sports For Peace and Development
Augustine Dzathor, International Peace Marathon, Africa University

Second African Conference, Tanzania 2003

 

Sports Tourism, The Case for a Local Approach in Africa
Peter John Cave, Course Leader, Dept of Tourism and Leisure Mgmt, University of Lancashire

Second African Conference, Tanzania 2003

 

The Challenges of Sustainable Tourism
Dr. D. Kamamba, Director of Antiquities, Tanzania

Second African Conference, Tanzania 2003

 

PowerPoint Presentations


Diversifying Rwanda's Tourism Industry
Joan L.I. Mazimhaka , Junior Consultant , OTF Group
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

Promoting Sustainable Development through Community Peacebuilding: Community Peace Programme
Moses Tukwasibwe, Lecturer, Mbarara University
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

Running for Peace: The Role of Peace Races
Samuel H.A.L. Kochomay, Tegla Loroupe Peace Foundation
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007


Sport for Development and Peace
Davies Banda, St. John University
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

Zambian Youth Soccer Team: An Ideal Model for Peace and Tourism Promotion
Nector Mbilima, Institute of Graphics Communication, Zambia

Third African Conference, Zambia 2005



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