ITRC's director chaired a session on Island Tourism at BFA in China

Guðrún Þóra Gunnarsdóttir recently chaired a session on Island Tourism at The 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road: Islands Economic Cooperation Forum; a regular session related to the annual Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).
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Research on terms and conditions of foreign tourism workers funded

Íris Hrund Halldórsdóttir and Magnfríður Júlíusdóttir received funding from the Immigration Development Fund for further research on the project "Terms and conditions of foreign workers in tourism".
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New research project on cultural tourism in North Iceland

The ITRC and Visit North Iceland signed a contract recently regarding a new research project on cultural tourism in North Iceland.
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Visiting professor at the ITRC

Last week, the ITRC was visited by Dr. Zsuzsanna Kövi, from Karoli Gaspar University in Hungary. In her visit, Dr. Kövi met with the ITRC‘s researchers, as well as professors, lecturers and cooperational parties of the ITRC.
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Fulbright Scholar at the ITRC

Nathan Reigner, PhD is a 2019 Fulbright Scholar hosted by the ITRC and the University of Akureyri.
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Call for chapters on Tourism Employment in Nordic Countries

Open call for chapters on Tourism Employment in Nordic Countries
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New research project on the destination North Iceland

The ITRC and the Tourism Department of Hólar University College recently signed a contract with Visit North Iceland regarding a research project on the destination North Iceland.
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Tourism employment discussed at a conference in Norway

A great deal of interest in cooperation on research on labour issues in tourism amongst Nordic sholars.
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A good visit from the University of Plymouth

ITRC and the Geography and Tourism department of University of Iceland are hosting a workshop tomorrow (05.09) on tourism workforce in Iceland in connection with the arrival of Dr. Andreas Walmsley, University in Plymouth.
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RMF hosts researcher from Australia

Dr Georgette Leah Burns from Griffith University in Australia is currently being hosted by the Icelandic Tourism Research Centre at the University of Akureyri.
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