Tourism and Peacebuilding: Case Studies from Conflict Zones


  • Dr. Chan Keda City University of Hong Kong Author


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In recent years, there has been a growing interest in the role of tourism as a potential catalyst for peacebuilding in regions grappling with conflict and post-conflict challenges. This abstract provides an overview of a comprehensive study that investigates the intricate relationship between tourism development and peacebuilding initiatives, drawing insights from diverse conflict zones across the globe. The research employs a case study approach to analyze the impact of tourism on socio-economic, cultural, and political dynamics in post-conflict environments. The study explores the multifaceted connections between tourism and peacebuilding, examining how tourism can contribute to reconciliation, community empowerment, and the reintegration of displaced populations. Through a comparative analysis of case studies from conflict-affected areas, the research aims to identify common patterns, challenges, and success factors that shape the effectiveness of tourism in fostering sustainable peace.




How to Cite

Tourism and Peacebuilding: Case Studies from Conflict Zones. (2022). International Journal of Business Management and Visuals, ISSN: 3006-2705, 5(1), 28-33.

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