To celebrate the UNWTO World Tourism Day 2020 (27.09.20209), chair-holder Prof. Lorenzo Cantoni will be interviewing the team of the iWareBatik app and more. The interview will outline the significance of promoting Indonesian Batik Heritage (which has been enlisted by
Representatives from the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Poland, and the University for Sustainable Development in Eberswalde, Germany, arrived in Lugano, while our Serbian participants from the University of Novi Sad were not able to join us
Together with his former P.hD. student, Dr. Marta Pucciarelli, Prof. Cantoni was part of the session “From Africa to Europe” on “Government, security and indigenous perspective”. More information about the conference here. You can download the poster here.
Chair holder, Prof. Lorenzo Cantoni, is part of HTHIC’s “Heritage & Slow Tourism LAB”, which is a spin-off of the Heritage, Tourism and Hospitality, International Conference (HTHIC). The virtual LAB brings together researchers, practitioners and policymakers who wish to explore further
The UNESCO Chair has recently partnered with Via Tourism Review, which is a multilingual, international and multidisciplinary tourism journal. More information here.