Persons in charge of the presentations:
Petita Ayarza, Congresswoman from National Assembly Panama
Sandro Aravia Ovando, Coordinator of RED TUSOCO from Bolivia
Zendy Euán Chan, Cooperative Xyatt Destination Maya Ka’an from Mexico
Inocente Cutzan, President of Senderos Del Alto from Guatemala
Juan Marambio, Executive Director of Travolution (Latin America)
Culture and Tourism Specialist, Organization of American States
In the framework of the Work Plan of the Inter-American Committee on Tourism (CITUR), the Community Based Rural Tourism initiative was established. In association with the George Washington University International Institute for Tourism Studies, and in collaboration with the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, a second webinar is held for a conversation on the particular challenges that COVID-19 is bringing to indigenous communities and tourism in Latin America.