• Poblenou Responsible Tourism Project

    The Poblenou Turisme Responsable project aims to contribute to improving the quality of life of the population living in the Sant Martí-Poblenou District, making it the beneficiary of a new respectful and non-invasive tourism model that improves its economy and helps development and sustainability of their social and business cultural initiatives. We want to influence […]

  • Project “No women left behind”. Training and capacity building women as responsible tourism professionals in The Gambia

    The “No woman left behind” project of training as professionals in responsible and sustainable tourism and empowerment in human rights for vulnerable women in The Gambia, started in January aims to professionally train Gambian women in a situation of social exclusion favoring their labor inclusion in the responsible and sustainable tourism sector (TRS). This project […]

  • Responsible Tourism Network Barcelona

    From Aethnic we want to promote the transformation of the tourism model in Barcelona and Catalonia. And that is why we have launched the Responsible and Sustainable Tourism Network Project. Barcelona is one of the main tourist destinations in Europe and before the crisis, it received more than 30 million visitors a year. The impact […]

  • Aethnic Community: Promotion of responsible tourism through networking

    The “Aethnic Community” is a project to promote responsible and sustainable tourism among professionals in the tourism sector through networking and cooperation. Aethnic aims to be a link between receptive agencies and broadcasters and tour operators in Spain that work for a more sustainable tourism. We seek to create spaces where we can share and […]

  • Rural Chauen: Community tourism development strategy in the Chauen region (Morocco)

    The Community Tourism Development Strategy in the Chauen region (Morocco) is an international cooperation project initiated by the NGO ACTLC in collaboration with the Moroccan government to promote rural tourism as an engine of sustainable economic development in the Chauen region. . Aethnic, as a collaborating entity of ACTLC and a reference in the field, […]

  • Creation of Solidarity Stays for the NGO Nutrition Without Borders

    The mission of the NGO Nutrition Without Borders is to contribute to eradicating malnutrition in the world, and for this it develops different cooperation projects. In the Gambia, it develops a food security program for the maternal and child population and Aethnic is responsible for the organization and coordination of the Solidarity Stays in the […]

  • ASSET

    The Association of Small Tourism Businesses (ASSET) was created in April 2000 in order to bring together and promote a large number of local small businesses, many of them in the informal sector, for the development of Sustainable Tourism in The Gambia. Aethnic works together with ASSET so that small businesses and local entrepreneurs have […]

  • DEXDE: empowerment of the group of women with functional diversity in Casamance (Senegal)

    DEXDE is an NGO whose mission is the development of local communities and groups at risk of exclusion through activities related to design. Aethnic collaborates with the project of the women’s association of the town of Oussouye (Senegal), which was founded in 1991 and is made up of a group of 22 women with physical […]

  • More Sustainable Barcelona Map

    What is the Barcelona + Sustainable Map? The Barcelona + Sustainable Map is an interactive virtual map, linked to the Open Green Map. Map B + S is also a social network for smartphones, which brings together the relevant socio-environmental initiatives of the city. Specifically, the map provides practical information on points of interest (such […]

  • SwitchMed

    SwitchMed is an initiative that supports and connects key players to promote social and ecological innovations in the Mediterranean. Aethnic is part of this program as a switcher, a key player in the change towards transformation into more sustainable societies. http://www.theswitchers.eu/en/switchers/630/

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