Responsible tourism - Participatory online seminar

In the week of 18-22 March, ten Nordic universities and research institutes are hosting an intensive online course on responsible tourism. Interested do not have to commit for the whole week but can choose from and participate in topics of interest.
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SAF and ITRC Dissertation Award 2024 – Call for nominations

The Icelandic Travel Industry Association and ITRC annually assign two awards in recognition of an outstanding dissertation on tourism produced by a student/students of an Icelandic university.
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New book: Supply Chain Operations in the Arctic: Implications for Social Sustainability

The book „Supply Chain Operations in the Arctic: Implications for Social Sustainability" has been published. The book provides insights into the Arctic through the lens of supply chain management and operations.
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We Lead project meeting in Ireland

The We Lead partners met up last week in Ireland to discuss the next steps in our exciting Erasmus+ project.
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ITRC hosted a community meeting on cruise tourism

The ITRC hosted an online community meeting on cruise tourism in Ísafjörður.
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New Nordic Report on the impact of Airbnb hosts

A new report just came out on the impact of Airbnb hosts on Arctic local economies.
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ITRC received a visitor from Poznan in Poland

This week, ITRC welcomed Dr Magdalena Kugiejko to Akureyri office.
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We Lead welcomes new intern

For the next few week, ITRC and the We Lead team welcomes Rabab Hussein as an intern. Rabab is a master student in Island studies and will focus her work on one of the project's Modules.
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Newly published report about the destination Grímsey

This week ITRC, together with Hólar University, published a report titled Destination Grímsey: Current Status and Future Vision.
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How do tourism entrepreneurs navigate through crisis? Introduction to a new teaching material

Recently, ITRC held the first multiplier event where the products of the Erasmus+ project T-Crisis NAV were introduced.
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