Diver, Alice and Miller, Jacinta (2006) Global Tourism - A Hobbesian Covenant? The Right to Development versus Indigenous Property Rights. In: 'New Perspectives and Values in World Tourism & Tourism Management’. (Eds: Kesgin, M, Cengiz, E and Yenialp, E), Akdeniz University Press , pp. 1015-1023. ISBN 975 7666 82 3 [Book section]
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This paper will examine the legal basis of the human right to development and the impact of global tourism upon the cultural and socio-economic rights of indigenous peoples; it will also question the effectiveness of unilaterally drafted, voluntary codes of conduct (such as the recent UNWTO policy response) which seek to protect local communities against those human rights abuses that may be brought about by the tourism industry. Finally it will suggest a framework within which the right to development might be ethically realised and indigenous socio-economic and cultural rights preserved.
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|Faculties and Schools:||Faculty of Social Sciences|
Faculty of Social Sciences > School of Law
|Deposited By:||Dr Alice Diver|
|Deposited On:||26 Jan 2010 08:37|
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