Conference Review: Events Special Interest Group track at the ATLAS Annual Conference 2022
Keywords:events and festivals, community, solidarity, place, ATLAS, tourism and leisure
The 2022 Association for Tourism and Leisure Education and Research (ATLAS) Annual Conference took place on the Munster Technological University campus in Cork, Ireland, 6-9 September 2022. The theme of the conference ‘What matters now to the global tourist?’ raised pertinent questions about the challenges facing the tourism and leisure industries and education since the onset of the global pandemic. This review focuses on a series of papers from the Events Special Interest Group which covered themes such as solidarity, community, festivals, place-making and digitisation.
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