There is no other global tourism organisation like WINTA in the World Johnny Edmonds WINTA views the Arctisen project as a positive opportunity to explore European perceptions of the concept of cultural sensitivity to guide the forward development of culturally sensitive tourism in the Arctic. WINTA was borne out of the global, collective aspirations of …
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Arctisen - Culturally sensitive tourism in the Arctic updated their cover photo.
1 week ago
Bryan S. R. Grimwood,
PhD Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Graduate Studies
Department of Recreation and Leisure Studies from University of Waterloo. ☀️
These are "representations of the blissful moments of my life. I’m a father of three kids and the image here is of me with my youngest, William. In the background is Lake Huron, which was a constant companion of my youth (I grew up in a small town on the Lake’s southern mouth) and a place we visit occasionally a part of a weekend daytrips. The second image is of me out for a bicycle ride during the evening (hence the neon vest!). During the pandemic, I’ve been finding my regular evening rides around Kitchener-Waterloo a great way to unwind, stay fit, and explore."
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MyCultureToday presents our Arctisen Intern from University of Lapland Emmanuel Tauch! Emmanuel is a master student of Arctic Art and Design and is a great add to our team!
"Standing in front of lake constance, as is typical of German culture 😁 ..and eating Italian ice cream, with the Swiss Alps in the distance"
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