COVID-19, indigenous peoples and tourism: a view from New Zealand

May 21, 2020

This article, by Anna Carr, a Māori academic based at the University of Otago, calls for government responses and planning efforts that incorporate diverse cultural values to ensure more equitable futures and positive experiences for tourism providers, travellers and the hosts. She makes the case that indigenous-informed approaches can contribute to transforming business, health and education for a more positive global society.

Please visit Tourism Geographies website for the full article.