As a signatory to the Private Sector Commitment to the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism, ASTA has pledged to uphold, promote and implement the values of responsible and sustainable tourism development championed by the Code. The Code has a special focus on social, cultural and economic matters and draws attention to issues such as human rights, social inclusion, gender equality, accessibility, and the protection of vulnerable groups and host communities. Help ASTA be a force for good -- Members are encouraged to read the UNWTO Global Code of Ethics for Tourism and implement these principles in their business practices.
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