The United Nations World Tourism Organsation adopted a declaration, which said using Esperanto. Find the part under Human Resources.
The Declaration B is as below.
- Improving the quality of supply, which also demands respect for the consumer, is an objective which must be borne in mind at all times; this does not only mean that there must be luxury services but also that facilities must be more carefully planned, keeping in mind the be nature of demand, so as to secure access to tourism, both domestic and international, for larger segments of the population while at the same time maintaining if not improving the quality of those facilities.
- The development of human resources through training and information is necessary for improving the quality of all tourist undertakings.
- At a time when States are formulating new energy-saving policies, due emphasis must be placed on the benefits accruing from tourism so that tourism supply is treated on a comparable footing with the other sectors aud in terms of national priorities.
- Tourism planning policy should be formulated at the local, regional or national level within the context of national planning; such policies should be subject to periodic assessment from both the quantitative and the qualitative standpoint.
- An accurate analysis of tourism trends and determination of supply requirements depend on the implementation of generally accepted standards for collection of statistics on domestic and international tourism.
- The development of supply cal1s for a greater effort of understanding, cooperation and coordination between the public sector and the private and social sector and among different countries.
- It therefore increases the contribution of tourist activities to the development process.
- Professiona1 competence largely depends on the quality of basic; general as well as technical training, at horne and abroad, and on receptiveness to exchanges of experience among nations.
- Tourism is one of the activities in which man is at the centre of the development process.
- The quality of the tourist product is a decisive factor in the determining the tourist. image of a country.
- Freedom of movement which finds its expression in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights, 1966 and the Final Act of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europa, 1975, is indispensable for participation in travel, for the harmonious development of tourism and for individual fulfillment.
- The recommendations on facilitation adopted by the United Nations Conference on International Travel and Tourism (Rome, 1963) represented a major stage in facilitation and continue to serve as a yardstick for future action.
- With regard to international tourist relations, it is indispensable to take into account the social and economic situation of each country and the importance of respecting its national sovereignty, laws and traditions in the field of tourism, as well as the rights and duties of its citizens.
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