Tourism in post-conflict situation of fragility
MetadataShow full item record
Whilst there are studies of tourism development in sub-Saharan Africa, almost none explicitly explore tourism in post-conflict societies. This study, co-authored between an African ‘insider’ and European ‘outsiders’, analyses tourism development challenges in Burundi, a ‘situation of fragility’ emerging from a 12-year civil war. Framed by hopeful tourism’s co-created knowledge, the field research had unique access to powerful elites and remote communities and encompasses interviews with a wide range of stakeholders (including the President of the Republic), field observations, and a feedback workshop. The paper identifies challenges to sustainable tourism development in one of the world’s poorest countries and evaluates tourism in a post-conflict situation of fragility under the themes of institution- and state-building and post-conflict challenges and transitional justice.
Annals of Tourism Research
Novelli, M., Morgan, N. and Nibigira, C. (2012) "Tourism in post-conflict situation of fragility", Annals of Tourism Research, 39:3, 1446-1469.
Full text not available from this repository. Follow the enclosed URI link to the location of the full text.
Showing items related by title, author, subject and abstract.
Green tourism planning: Triple bottom line sustainability - rhetoric or reality. A case study of the Bluestone development Elgammal, Islam (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2007)Triple Bottom Line Sustainability (TBLS), i.e. the balancing of economic, social and environmental agendas, is being increasingly used as a framework for sustainable tourism development, especially in rural areas. However, ...
Carlisle, Sheena; Johansen, Aleksander; Kunc, Martin (ElsevierCardiff School of Management, 2016)This paper discusses an approach to evaluate and analyse strategic planning in multi-functional complexities of coastal urban areas with conflicts regarding leisure space which restricts the diversity of tourism segments ...
El-Rabbat, Samar Ahmed Hassan (Cardiff Metropolitan University, 2007)Tourism is critical to the Egyptian economy and spa tourism has been identified as a critical element in diversification of the Egyptian tourism product that is heavily reliant on cultural tourism and particularly focuses ...