The organization is the United Nations organization responsible for promoting responsible, sustainable, and accessible tourism. World Tourism Day is celebrated every year on September 27 to commemorate the anniversary of adopting the Organization’s Statute in 1970, which paved the way for creating the World Tourism Organisation (WTO). It has been celebrated by the organization every year since 1980 on September 27.
It is being watched with great interest by various tourism companies, organizations, and government agencies. Because travel has a significant social, cultural, political, and economic impact on our lives, World Tourism Day aims to raise awareness of the importance and importance of tourism. This year’s theme is “Tourism for Inclusive Growth.”. For 2020, the theme is “Tourism for Jobs and a Better Future,” which is appropriate as it comes at a critical time when countries worldwide are banking on tourism to boost recovery.
The UNWTO has declared World Tourism Day 2021 as a day when tourism should focus on inclusive growth. It is an opportunity to look beyond tourism statistics and recognize the number of people in the world. It aims to help people connect with the tourism sector in every possible way.
The World Tourism Day, which is celebrated every year on September 27, is a global day of remembrance to promote awareness of tourism, its social, cultural, political, and economic value, and its contribution to achieving Sustainable Development Goals.
World Tourism Day 2021: Theme
This year’s theme for World Tourism Day is “Tourism for inclusive growth.”. The tourism sector touched every part of the world economy and society, said UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, adding that it allowed marginalized people at risk of leaving behind to benefit from local and direct development. On this day, we recognize the power and potential of tourism to promote prosperity and promote inclusive and sustainable development”, he added.
It aims to help people connect with the tourism sector in every possible way. Taking into account World Tourism Day and the initiative of Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav Centres to celebrate and commemorate 75 years of Indian independence, the Madhya Pradesh Tourism Board has organized various events and activities throughout the state to promote tourism in the states and to sensitize people to its rich history, traditions, cultural and national heritage, and tourism opportunities. The UNWTO calls on businesses, tourism, UN agencies, member states, and non-members to celebrate the unique ability of tourism to ensure that those left behind in the world open up and look at the future. This unique capability will be recognized this year as “Tourism for Inclusive Development” on World Tourism Day 2021.
A Global Challenge
UNWTO, the United Nations agency responsible for sustainable tourism, leads the sector towards inclusive recovery and growth. It ensures that every industry has a say in the future, including the community, minorities, and young people at risk of being left behind.
The UNWTO established the World Tourism Day in 1980 to raise awareness of how tourism affects all these areas and its role in the international community. On this day, we call on people to highlight the possibilities of tourism. We invite our member states and sister organizations of the United Nations, businesses, and individuals to celebrate the unique ability of tourism to ensure that those who leave this world begin to open up and look to the future. On the occasion of this World Tourism Day, we note that our commitment to tourism is growing and the benefits are being felt at all levels of our broad and diverse sectors, from large airlines to small family businesses, “said Zurab Pololikashvili, Secretary-General of UNTOs, in his official message.