Culture in tourism must benefit owners: Australian Director

  • Joseph Cheer

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    The tourism industry of Vanuatu must acknowledge the rights of the owners of kastom and not ignore the issues of ownership and fairness, Dr. Joseph Cheer, a man who is familiar with tourism in the country says.

    Cheer, an Associate Director of Australia and International Tourism Unit (AITRU) at Monash University in Victoria and has written extensively on tourism in Vanuatu, says that questions need to be asked about what to do to ensure that tourism operators respect the rights and wishes of kastom owners.

    Period6 May 2015

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    • TitleCulture in tourism must benefit owners: Australian Director
      Degree of recognitionInternational
      Media name/outletVanuatu Daily Post
      Media typePrint
      Duration/Length/Size600 words
      CountryVanuatu
      Date6/05/15
      DescriptionThe tourism industry of Vanuatu must acknowledge the rights of the owners of kastom and not ignore the issues of ownership and fairness, Dr. Joseph Cheer, a man who is familiar with tourism in the country says.

      Cheer, an Associate Director of Australia and International Tourism Unit (AITRU) at Monash University in Victoria and has written extensively on tourism in Vanuatu, says that questions need to be asked about what to do to ensure that tourism operators respect the rights and wishes of kastom owners.
      Producer/AuthorJonas Cullwick
      URLdailypost.vu/news/culture-in-tourism-must-benefit-owners-australian-director/article_bf64f458-9e3d-54c7-b934-4ce6b14d8962.html
      PersonsJoseph Cheer