logoates2 ATES – Association pour le Tourisme Equitable et Solidaire
Country France
Legal Status French Association
Address 8 rue César Franck – 75015 – Paris – France
Phone number +33(0)1 47 83 48 27
Fax +33 (0) 1 45 66 69 90
Mobile phone
Skype caroline.mignon2
Profile Mission: to support the development of concepts and products of fair & inclusive tourism since their definition to their marketing and ratings.
ATES has been created in 2006 by UNAT (National Union for Tourism Associations), PFCE (National FairTrade Network , LVT (Travel & Leisure Associations Federation) and professionnal travel associations.
ATES brings together associations selected on the basis of a grid of high ethical standards, working in the same approach:
implement a tourism development that helps local host regions, as part of a close partnership with local communities and their representatives.
Gathering has 35 committed members around a common charter, the ATES is the first national network of fair & inclusive tourism.
It is composed of active members, who market and / or relay an offer of travel “closer to the world and its inhabitants” but also associate members which support fair & inclusive tourism.
ATES is founding member of the European Alliance for Responsible Tourism & Hospitality (EARTH) and its Coordinator, Julien BUOT, is the deputy Vice-President of the Alliance. ATES takes part to a european information campaign on responsible tourism and is a supportive partner in the global day for responsible tourism.
To Contact:
Name Caroline Mignon, director
Phone number +33 (0) 1 47 38 48 27
Fax +33 (0) 1 45 66 69 90
Mobile phone +33 (0) 1 45 66 69 90
Skype caroline.mignon2
Role Director of the link with & between members of the network inside & outside, I am in charge of the direction of the association & of the development of projects, and of the communication and the marketing strategy of ATES.
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