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Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference set for Vancouver in September 2015

Press Release

Coast Salish Territory – Vancouver, BC: The World Indigenous Tourism Alliance (WINTA) and Aboriginal Tourism British Columbia (AtBC) will host the second Pacific Asia Indigenous Tourism Conference (PAITC) in Vancouver, British Columbia from Sept. 12 to 14, 2015. The inaugural PAITC was held in Darwin, Australia in 2012.

“We are naturally excited that Indigenous tourism will be delivering the PAITC 2015 and with the close support of the Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA) and other tourism industry partners,” says WINTA Chairman Ben Sherman.

“The delivery of the conference in Vancouver is a welcomed opportunity to provide international focus on Aboriginal tourism in Canada,” says AtBC Chairperson Brenda Baptiste.

The PAITC 2012 in Darwin was responsible for promulgating the Larrakia Declaration, a tourism industry response to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.  The Larrakia Declaration has been endorsed by PATA and the UN World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

The PAITC 2015 will focus on the positive implementation of the principles of Indigenous rights set forth in the Larrakia Declaration, and is expected to bring together an impressive line-up of Indigenous, State, tourism industry and civil service leaders with an interest in Indigenous tourism.

WINTA is an Indigenous-led global network of Indigenous and non-Indigenous interests that seek to give practical expression to the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples through tourism. WINTA collaborates with Indigenous communities, tourism industry entities, states, and NGOs which have an interest in addressing the aspirations of Indigenous peoples seeking empowerment through tourism and producing mutually beneficial outcomes.
WINTA undertakes tourism policy research, organizes tourism conferences and workshops, and provides strategic destination consulting services.

About AtBC
Aboriginal Tourism BC is a non-profit, Stakeholder-based organization that is committed to growing and promoting a sustainable, culturally rich Aboriginal tourism industry. Through training, information resources, networking opportunities and co-operative marketing programs, AtBC is a one-stop resource for Aboriginal entrepreneurs and communities in British Columbia who are operating or looking to start a tourism business. AtBC works closely with tourism, business, education and government organizations to help BC’s Aboriginal tourism businesses offer quality experiences and actively promotes these experiences to domestic and international visitors.

Media contacts:
Johnny Edmonds, WINTA: [email protected] or +64 21402419 (New Zealand)
Paula Amos, Aboriginal Tourism BC: [email protected] or 604-921-1070 (Canada)
Deirdre Campbell, Tartan Group: [email protected] or 250-592-3838, 250-882-9199 (cell) (Canada)


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