A guide through the label jungle

Tourism boasts more than 150 quality labels worldwide. We provide you with a tool for comparing the main characteristics and quality features of sustainability labels in tourism. It helps you to select holiday options that respect human rights, go easy on the environment and are of palpable use to the local population.
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Accessible Tourism for All

The purpose of the brochure is to highlight good­practice examples and to encourage not only individual Naturefriends groups but the tourism industry as a whole to follow these examples as well as to call on the European tourism policy­makers to pave the way for barrier­free tourism. The examples presented in the brochure demonstrate that there are different ways of rendering access to tourism and leisuretime activities as barrierfree as possible.
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Human rights in tourism

This guideline addresses tour operators, assisting them in systematically implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights. The implementation process is divided into five key fields of action: strategy, survey, integration, remedy , reporting. The methods, instruments and steps relevant for their implementation will be explained in the implementation guidelines.
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Landscape of the Year 2007–2009 Danube-Delta

The Danube Delta is situated in the borderland of Romania and the Ukraine, a tiny part extending into Moldova. Eighty per cent of its vast area of more than 5,000 square kilometres is situated in Romania. The region is a nature paradise in the truest sense of the term, and has no equal worldwide:
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Landscape of the Year 2010/11 Slovak/Aggtelek Karst

Forming part of the southern foothills of the limestone Carpathians, this Karst landscape is a typical regional feature and forms a veritable open-air museum of karst formations.
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Landscape of the Year 2010/11: Slovak Karst – Aggtelek Karst

The Gömör-Torna / Gemer-Turňa Karst area is one of the largest Karst regions in Central Europe, boasting more than 1,000 caves, which have been designated a UNESCO World Natural Heritage.
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