Global Code of Ethics for Tourism

Background

The Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (GCET) is a comprehensive set of principles whose purpose is to guide stakeholders in tourism development: central and local governments, local communities, the tourism industry and its professionals, as well as visitors, both international and domestic.

Fifth meeting of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics

Junio 2007

Promotion and implementation of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism

Madeira, Portugal, 16 June 2007: Following the invitation of the Regional Government of Madeira, the Fifth meeting of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics was held in Funchal, Madeira, on 15 and 16 June 2007. 

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Third meeting of the World Committee on Tourism Ethics

Mayo 2005

Committee monitors implementation of the Code of Ethics 

Tunis, Tunisia, 26 May 2005: The World Committee on Tourism Ethics met for its third meeting in Tunis, Tunisia, on 16-17 May 2005 under the chairmanship of Mr. Diego Cordovez and examined the first four disputes received from individual applications.