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Third World people and tourism. Approaches to a dialogue



Third World people and tourism. Approaches to a dialogue



Third World people and tourism Approaches to a dialogue: 145



The conference held at Bad Boll, GFR, March 19-22, 1986, aimed at bringing together representatives from Third World tourism who would speak about their experiences related to access to land and water, loss of cultural identity, racial and cultural genocide, prostitution tourism, working conditions, ethnic discrimination and lifestyle changes; and who would help expose the effects of tourism on Third World people.

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