Working for an "Accessible Tourism for All" implies the need to accumulate knowledge and forge solid partnerships between Public Officials, the Private Sector and Organizations of people with disabilities.
This Summit aims to:
Promote an Accessible and Inclusive Tourism Model, "with greater accessibility, less disability", which involves users, service providers, public bodies, universities and all those interested in generating the conditions that make the tourist experience possible. , as an exercise in the daily life of all people without any distinction.
Raise awareness and sensitize the public and private tourism sector about the rights of people with disabilities or reduced mobility.
Inform and train the tourism sector and future professionals about the benefits of implementing universal accessibility in their tourism facilities or services.
Favor and promote alliances that promote true tourism for all, with actions that will increase the economic benefit of the sector.
DAY 15 DECEMBER
09: 00-12: 00
Meeting of Tourism Managers and Representatives of the National Accessible Tourism Networks of Latin American, Caribbean, Spain and Portugal countries
“Declaration of Havana for Accessible Tourism in Latin America and the Caribbean”
14: 00-17: 00
General Assembly of the Ibero-American Network of Accessible Tourism
Welcome Cocktail Authorities, Congressmen and Speakers
09: 00-10: 00
OPENING CEREMONY: ACCESSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE TOURISM. A WORLD UNITED BY INCLUSION.
10: 00-11: 00
MASTER CONFERENCE 1: THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE TOURISM IN POST-COVID TRAVEL. by: Mr. Diego Javier González, President of the Ibero-American Accessible Tourism Network and the Spanish Accessible Tourism Network
11: 00-11: 15
11: 15- 12:15
PANEL 1: ACCESSIBILITY TO CULTURAL HERITAGE
12: 15- 13:15
PANEL 2: NEW TECHNOLOGIES AT THE SERVICE OF ACCESSIBLE TOURISM
12: 45-13: 15
15: 00-16: 00
PANEL 3: CUBA FOR ACCESSIBLE TOURISM
16:00 - 17:00
PANEL 4: ACCESSIBLE TRANSPORTATION THE CHALLENGE OF THE 21ST CENTURY
17:00 - 17:45
MASTER CONFERENCE IV: TRAVEL FAR - TRAVEL NEAR, BUT TRAVEL. by: Mr. Jose Grimaldo, Mexico, President of the Mexican Network of Inclusive Tourism of Mexico, REDMEXTI.
CLOSING ACTIVITIES FIRST DAY
DAY 17 DECEMBER
09: 00-10: 00
PANEL 5: ACCESSIBLE AND INCLUSIVE NATURE TOURISM
The panel is organized by the Accessible Tourism Working Group of Affiliate Members of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).
MASTER CONFERENCE III: THE IMPORTANCE OF ACCESSIBILITY IN SMART TOURIST DESTINATIONS. by: Mr. Enrique Martínez Marín, president. State Society for the Management of Innovation and Tourism Technologies (SEGITTUR). Secretary of State for Tourism, Ministry of Industry, Commerce and Tourism of Spain
10: 45-11: 15
11: 15- 12:15
PANEL 6: I TRAVEL, YOU SET THE LIMITS
12: 15– 13:15
PANEL 7: TRAVELING THROUGH A WORLD WITHOUT BARRIERS.
Connection with 5 destinations on 5 continents that work for inclusive tourism so that they present their experiences breaking barriers:
13: 15-13: 30
CLOSING IV IBERO-AMERICAN ACCESSIBLE TOURISM SUMMIT
DAY 18-19 DECEMBER
All interested participants may participate in the post tour La Habana - Varadero
Includes: Participation in all academic activities on December 16 and 17. Including lunches and social activities.
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