Scientists’ interest in the relationship between migration and development has been more recently focusing on analysis of migrants’ role in tourism development. Emerging qualitative evidence suggests that innovative trajectories, involving migrants55, are designed for the promotion of slow and responsible tourism, linked to the culture of places, and aiming at the development of small villages. The paper presents some practices implemented in a southern region of Italy, Calabria, where reception activities for refugees and asylum seekers have been crucial elements for starting solidarity and responsible tourism proposals able to trigger repopulation processes.

Turismo e co-sviluppo. Il caso della Calabria, Italia.

S. Sivini;A. Vitale
2022

Abstract

Scientists’ interest in the relationship between migration and development has been more recently focusing on analysis of migrants’ role in tourism development. Emerging qualitative evidence suggests that innovative trajectories, involving migrants55, are designed for the promotion of slow and responsible tourism, linked to the culture of places, and aiming at the development of small villages. The paper presents some practices implemented in a southern region of Italy, Calabria, where reception activities for refugees and asylum seekers have been crucial elements for starting solidarity and responsible tourism proposals able to trigger repopulation processes.
978-86-7798-123-5
slow tourism, solidarity tourism, responsible tourism, co-development, migration
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Utilizza questo identificativo per citare o creare un link a questo documento: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11770/338245
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