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December 11, 2008

Conference on Changes in the Middle East & North Africa Region

Traditions and Transformations: Tourism, Heritage and Cultural Change in the Middle East and North Africa Region

4 – 7 April 2009, Amman, The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

I am writing to draw your attention to the above conference which has attracted researchers and professionals from over 30 countries. This international event, which will be addressed by the United Nation’s World Tourism Organization, will:
· Present the very latest research on tourism development, heritage management and cultural issues from scholars inside and outside the Middle East and North Africa Region;
· Allow a unique opportunity for delegates to network and discuss some of the most pressing issues surrounding the relationships between tourism, heritage and culture;
· Offer professionals, government agencies, regional organizations and academics the opportunity to showcase the best of their research and practical cases to an international audience.

The conference program as it presently stands can be found at:
http://www.tourism-culture.com/64/C-MENA/C-MENA%20brochure%20&%20registration%20form_final.pdf

Posted by kpfister at December 11, 2008 12:33 PM

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