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A central mission for Equality in Tourism is to develop cutting edge research that is orientated towards affecting positive change for women in the tourism and hospitality industry. Access all of Equality in Tourism’s publications in one place. Whether for academic or industry use, these resources will help you further your education surrounding gender equality in tourism.
Angela B. Kalisch and Stroma Cole
Exploring tourism transformation through the lens of feminist alternative economics.
Kania Mezariani Guzaimi, Wahyu Wagiman, Vita Rachim Yudhani.
Chapter by Dr. Stroma Cole
Paola Vizcaino, Heather Jeffrey, Claudia Eger. Forward written by Dr. Stroma Cole
Gender based violence (GBV) in travel and tourism is embedded within wider social structures of gender inequalities and discrimination. This book focuses on the multiple and interconnected manifestations of violence that women and girls encounter in tourism consumption and production, such as physical, sexual, emotional or socio-economic abuse. Read the foreword written by Dr Stroma Cole or find the full publication here.
Daniela Morena Alarcon and Stroma Cole
Journal of Sustainable Tourism. Volune 27, 2019. pp903-919
This paper explores the interconnections between the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and tourism from a gender perspective. It is the first paper to take a critical analysis of how SDG 5 relates to tourism, and how tourism and gender equality interconnects with the other SDGs.
Cole, S. (Ed.)
Equality in Tourism
In 2013, Equality in Tourism published its first report on women in the boardrooms of the tourism industry. Five years on, this report revisits the data to assess the progress. The following report presents research and analysis, together with recommendations for the implementation of change.
Daniela Moreno Alarcón, Equality in Tourism
Transforming Tourism 2030 Agenda is a tool that rethinks sustainable development at social, economic and environmental levels. Goal 5 is to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. This document details tangible ways forward and the challenges that may be faced.
Equality in Tourism
Our findings suggest that the tourism industry is failing to promote women to the highest levels of decision making despite having a larger pool of female talent from which to draw. In this report we set out our findings over four key sectors of the tourism industry, both in the UK and internationally.
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