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International LGBTQ+ Travel Association honoured during the 37th CETT Alimara Awards

Graham Robson May 16, 2022

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association was honoured last week during the 37th CETT Alimara Awards, which celebrate the most innovative and transformative projects in tourism, hospitality, and gastronomy.

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New report unpacks key approaches to boosting diversity, equity, and inclusion across the tourism industry

Graham Robson April 6, 2022

The report, DEI Strategies for a Stronger Global Tourism Industry, uncovers some of reasons for socially responsible growth across the travel market, and practical ways DEI can help build both successful businesses and stronger communities.

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South Africa, India and Colombia featured in IGLTA’s new LGBTQ+ Travel Guides

Graham Robson February 8, 2020

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association (IGLTA) has published a series of free online LGBTQ+ travel guides, including South Africa, India and Colombia, to help travellers stay informed and safe during their trips. The 26 country guides, which expand the online resources IGLTA offers LGBTQ+ travellers and the travel industry at large, reflect IGLTA’s diverse global membership and […]

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IGLTA Announces Atlanta as the Host City for its 2021 Global Convention

Gscene Editorial Team December 10, 2019

The International LGBTQ+ Travel Association has selected Atlanta, Georgia’s capital and an LGBTQ+ oasis in the southern United States, as the host city for its 38th Annual Global Convention, 5-8 May 2021. This will be the first time the city has hosted IGLTA’s premier educational and networking event.

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EQUAL Africa: a WTM Africa & IGLTA LGBTQ+ initiative

Gscene Editorial Team December 1, 2019

WTM Africa, a leading travel and tourism trade show, will introduce an LGBTQ+ travel event named EQUAL Africa in partnership with IGLTA, the International LGBTQ+ Travel Association, at the next event in Cape Town, South Africa on April 6, 2020.

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