Here you can find all the latest publications on Tourism Policy from NECSTouR members, EU Institutions and other tourism stakeholders!

2022 Activity Report

'2022 was the year of tourism recovery for most of our destinations.

The MED Declaration for a smarter and greener sustainable tourism ecosystem in the Mediterranean region

Launched on October 12th, 2022, the MED Declaration is the final policy document elaborated after six years of work and collaboration and a legacy we want to leave for the future of the region.  

Download the MED Declaration HERE!  

Tourism of Tomorrow Lab: Executive summary of the report ‘How to Attract Technological Talent to the Tourism Sector’

March 2022 - Report Elaborated by Tourism of Tomorrow Lab for Valencia Region

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Objectives of the Report

Tourism of Tomorrow Lab is a specialised department of NECSTouR.

This document is a brief summary of a broader work, developed for the Valencia Region, which aims to improve efforts to attract, retain, and train technological talent for the tourism sector.

This study replies to three specific questions:

NECSTouR Activity Report 2021

In 2021, through working together with our members and partners, NECSTouR accomplished our strategic objectives and a variety of important achievements. Our Activity Report 2021 outlines this work and provides an overview of what that went into making 2021 another successful year for us.


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40 Expert Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism - High Level Panel for a Sustainable Ocean Economy

Our partner in the INTERREG MED Sustainable Tourism project and centre of expertise for development and environment for countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea, Plan Bleu, has contributed to the 40 Expert Perspectives on the future of coastal and marine tourism that gather and showcase a wide range of perspectives on the futur

WTTC publishes new report on destination resilience

In 2019, the Travel & Tourism sector’s contribution to GDP was 10.3% and fell to 5.3% in 2020 when the pandemic was at its height.