How Tourism Can Empower Women Around The World

LIVE educational events designed for travel and tourism professionals

How Tourism Can Empower Women Around The World

LIVE educational events designed for travel and tourism professionals

On a mission to reinvent and reimagine tourism, we discover how to better empower women, promote diversity and inclusion, and give the majority of this industries workforce an EQUAL voice and profit share. While it’s clear that women and girls are vital voices and agents of change for this planet, they are too often missing.

Click below to gain more clarity, discover new insights and feel inspired by case studies from around the world. The recording below is from a LIVE event which took place on the 18th of April 2024.

Educational events designed for travel and tourism professionals the below was hosted by Rebecca Woolford, Co-Founder of Kiwano Tourism and was powered by Exodus Adventure Travels.

What you’ll gain from tuning into the event recording above:

  • Hear from an international keynote speaker, voted ‘Woman of the Year in Non-Profit’ and celebrated by Sir David Attenborough, as she shares incredible stories of female rangers strengthening conservation efforts 

  • Rediscover the power of storytelling with an award-winning writer as she shares what travel businesses and professionals can do to become better ambassadors for women

  • Gain insight into the remarkable female mountain guides challenging social stigma and begin to connect the dots between gender equality, sustainable tourism, conservation and community

Images from: Exodus Travels Foundation Mountain Lioness

“Tourism can create positive change in communities if all members enjoy equal access to the industry and its benefits. The way that the tourism industry operates can magnify the disadvantages and constraints that women face in their lives. Gender inequality also significantly undermines the potential of the industry. “

Tricia Barnett, Equality in Tourism

3 incredibly inspiring speakers and useful links:

Holly Budge

Rochelle Turner

JoAnna Haugen 

Feature image credit to Andrew Johnson (Hargila Army Purnima)

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