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In this book scientists from Europe and Africa join hands in presenting and critically analysing cases from eastern and southern Africa that show the cultural complexities and social intricacies that lie behind the touristic representations of Africa and Africans. In a survey was published by Tearfund on the responsible business practices reported by UK-based tour operators. This survey revealed that most tour operators had examples of where their operations were making a positive difference to the lives of local people. At that time, the report noted that responsible and ethical tourism issues were not mainstream, but the move was certainly in that direction.
This research for the International Centre for Responsible Tourism replicated the Tearfund study in South Africa, in order to evaluate the extent to which South African tour operators were practicing responsible tourism activities, given the context of a post-apartheid country that has considerable poverty problems, but a country that has had responsible tourism guidelines since They were asked about local benefits that their business generated, donations, partnerships, impacts on the natural and cultural environment, training, policies and tourist demand for responsible tourism.
This report presents the results of the study.
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