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  • Cross-cultural Art Project at Blomvlei Library

    New Yorkers Nancy and Zeke visited Blomvlei Library as part of their Art Project initiating a world cultural exchange through Art by primary school children across the globe and multi-cultural communities. This venture will end in an Art Exhibition to be held in New York in September 2012.Thank you to Andulela Experience for introducing Nancy and Zeek to us and bringing this wonderful expereince to Blomvlei Library, the children LOVED it !

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  • The plight of all & the pledge of few?

    Responsible Tourism concerns all of us. So why don’t we have more response on this concept? Please read and share your thoughts!

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  • TCD Trust participates in Responsible Tourism Week 2012

    TCD Trust participated in the ‘Pecha Kucha’ presentation organised by Cape Town Responsible Tourism and in an interesting discussion on the importance of incorporating Responsible Tourism in our business practices – highly beneficial to both the community and your business bottom-line.

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  • How do I become a Friend of the TCD Trust and improve my business in 2012 ?

    Taken from the WTM Survey : “We really hope that 2012 is a year where businesses start communicating and engaging far more with their employees about their sustainability and responsible travel programmes and that those companies who are just starting out realise the real positive impact a good sustainability programme can make to both their profitability and to the future of our planet.a??

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  • WTM Survey – Travel industry can do more for responsible Tourism.

    a??Travel companies, destinations and professionals worldwide recognise that responsible tourism offers a valuable and exciting new dimension to travel and tourism. With this in mind, one of the key objectives of WTM WRTD is to help drive change by educating more responsible behaviour with the travel and tourism industry and travelling public”

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