Submissions open for INCULTUM special session at ESRA congress 2023


From 28-08 to 01-09 in Alicante takes place the important ERSA congress, focused this year on “Urban challenges and sustainable technological revolution“.  It is a very large gathering with hundreds of participants and a rich programme of sessions on various interesting topics. Among the special sessions, one is organized by the INCULTUM project with coordination of Kamila Borsekova (Matej Bel University), the team at Uppsala University and Antonella Fresa (Promoter).

Sc69: The role of participatory approaches in tourism and sustainable development

The concept of the session is presented HERE. This special session aims to empower the discussion on the role of participatory approaches in tourism and sustainable development, both from a theoretical and empirical perspective. The contributions should be focused, but not limited to: identification of different types of participatory models and approaches in tourism and sustainable development; drivers and barriers that account for the success or failure of participatory models; outcomes of participatory models that are based the on co-creation of innovative tools in relation to the expected benefits for the involved stakeholders; policy-oriented contributions on synergies between participatory models and innovative tool arrangements.

The session accepts 1-page abstracts with deadline 28/02/2023.

To submit an abstract it is possible to register from HERE, selecting the INCULTUM special session S69 S69 The role of participatory approaches in tourism and sustainable development 


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