Resources
 

Promoting International Understanding and Cooperation

Tourism in the Service of Humanity and the Earth

Poverty Reduction, Economic Development, and Capacity Building

Sustainable Tourism and Environmental Protection

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

..................................

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Copyright © 1999-2007
logotext.gif (3091 bytes)
Home About Us Conferences Get Involved Initiatives eNewsletter Resources

 
Past IIPT Conference Presentations
 

Promoting International Understanding and Cooperation

 

Keynote Addresses

Innovative Approaches to Expand Marketing Opportunities for Africa
Birger Bäckman, Senior Advisor to the Board of Directors United Federation of Travel Agencies Association
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
Tourism and Peace in Africa
Dr. Dawid DeVilliers, (former) Deputy Secretary General UN World Tourism Organization
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
Tourism in support of UN Millennium Development Goals
PhD. Desta Mebratu, Regional DTIE Officer UNEP Division of Technology, Industry & Economics (DTIE) Regional Office for Africa

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
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
Poverty Reduction through Tourism and Sustainable Social-Economic Development - French only
S. E. Yvonne Mboissona, Ministre du Tourisme Central Africa

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
Welcome Address
His Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, President, Republic of Uganda
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
Contribution of Tourism to Poverty Reduction: The Role of the World Bank
Mr. Michael Wong, The World Bank Group

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

Tourism: Pathway to a Peaceful and Prosperous Africa
H.E. Levy Patrick Mwanawasa SC, President of the Republic of Zambia
Third African Conference, Zambia 2005

Tourism: Pathway to a Peaceful and Prosperous Africa
H.E Olusagun Obasanjo, President, Federal Republic of Nigeria
Third African Conference, Zambia 2005
Tourism: Pathway to a Peaceful and Prosperous Africa
DeVilliers Botha, Executive Manager, Development Bank of Southern Africa
Third African Conference, Zambia 2005
Welcome Address
Hon Frederick Sumaye, Prime Minister Republic of Tanzania
Second African Conference, Tanzania 2003

The Responsibility of a Destination in Preparing Itself for Cultural Tourism
Linda Eneix, The OTS Foundation
Second Global Summit, Switzerland 2003

Role of the Media in Promoting a Culture of Peace through Tourism
Arnie Weissman, Editor in Chief, Travel Weekly
Second Global Summit, Switzerland 2003

Perspectives on Environment, Culture and International Collaboration: Indonesia
Setyanto P. Santosa, Executive Chairman of Indonesia Culture and Tourism Board

Second Global Summit, Switzerland 2003

 

Papers
 

The African Youth on Volunteerism and Philanthropic Tourism: Nigeria, Challenges and Future Prospects
John-Jay Asemota, Primus Global Resources

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Youth in Peace
Christian Akani, IIPT Youth Forum
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Tourism, Peace and Instability: Uganda & the Problem of Security
Dr. Stan Frankland , Department of Social Anthropology, University of St Andrews , Scotland
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

 
Revolutionary Ways of Reporting Conflict: Kenyan Media Case Study
George Kamau, Communication Officer
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Alleviating Poverty through Ecotourism Programmes, Tanzania: Challenges and Prospects
Melubo Kokel, Assistant Lecturer, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, Tumaini University, Tanzania
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

 
Investment in Indigenous Tourism Enterprises in Kenya: Challenges & Opportunitites
Dr. Geoffrey Manyara, University of Wales Institye

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
 
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

 
The Role of Media Communications in Developing Tourism Policy and Cross-Cultural Communication for Peace, Security for Sustainable Tourism Industry in Africa
Wilson Okaka, Lecturer, Communications and Environment Programmes, Faculty of Education, Kyambogo University, 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
 
How the Small NGO Can Best Direct Public Funding Toward Program Success
Ms. Eli Weiss, President & Directos, WildiZe Foundation

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Via Via Arusha: Successful Sustainable Tourism Development
Noel B. Salazar, the Professional Tour Guide School

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
 
StepUp Travel
Trip Sweeney, Co-Funder StepUp Travel
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Analyzing the Peace through Tourism Concept: The Challenges for Educators
Drs Jan W. te Kloeze, WL-WICE Programme Director, M.Sc. Leisure, Tourism and Environment, Wageningen University, The Netherlands

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
PowerPoint Presentations
 
Sport for Development and Peace
Davies Banda, St. John University
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Understanding Cultural Relationships in Natural Area Tourism Destinations
Blanca Camargo, Doctoral Student, Texas A&M University

Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Traveling with a Purpose
Kelly Campbell, Vice-President of Operations, Ambassadors for Children
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
 
The Tourism Industry and Nature Conservation
Moses Mapesa, Executive Director, Uganda Wildlife Authority
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

 
Making Tourism Work for the Poor
Pauline Ngoya, Program Manager, African Pro-Poor Tourism Development Centre
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Secular Spiritual Tourism
Catherine Jane Rogers, PhD Candidate Central Queensland university
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
South Africa's Tourism Enterprise Programme
Christian M. Rogerson, University of Witwatersrand
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007
 
Tourism Legislation and the Millennium Development Goals
Dominique Verdugo, Tourism Advisor, SNV East & Southern Africa
Fourth African Conference, Uganda 2007

 

Travel for Peace and Sustainable Development
Promvit Klampaiboon, Coordinator of UNESCO-IYHF Campaign, IYHF Regional Office of Asia-Pacific

Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005
 

Promoting Regional Cooperation in Tourism Education and Training

Ryuji Yamakawa, Chief of the Tourism Unit, Transport and Tourism Division at ESCAP

Third Global Summit, Thailand 2005


International Institute for Peace Through Tourism