Tourism LED Project

The project will explore how migrant communities contribute to tourism in the partner regions. Tourism Led will explore best practice examples of how migrants contribute to the economy through tourism initiatives which share their culture and heritage.

These case studies will act to generate ideas that can be adapted to support entrepreneurship, employment and the economy in the tourism sector at a local level.

  • State of the Art Report
  • Online handbook
  • Community Network Tool Box
  • Learning Platform
About us
What We Do

We Empower migrant communities to strengthen local economic development

State of the Art Report:

To explore the employment and business opportunities for migrants in the tourism sector and to identify skills gap and training needs.

Online handbook

With examples of best practice ideas on how social, cultural and historical heritage can be used to generate tourism business.

Community Network Tool Box

To guide community leaders and business support agencies how to develop networks with migrant communities.

Learning Platform

To share the state of the art reports, training materials, handbook and community network toolbox and other resources online.

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Transnational meeting in Malta

Tourism LED: Lidia Koziel, Poland and Mark Causon our host in Malta meeting the Mayor David Apap to discuss the Tourism LED project and present him with a gift from Krakow.

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More meetings in Malta

Meeting with Dr Marie Avellino, the Director of the Institute for Tourism, Travel and Culture (ITTC) at the University of Malta, was a great opportunity to discuss the syllabus of the planned training modules of the Tourism LED project.

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Meet partner organisations

Project Members

Behind the doors

Meet people from partner organizations who work on our project

Heather McLaughlin
The Rural Centre

Suleyman Kececi
Kadinhani Kaymakamlıgı

Lidia Kozieł
Linking Foundation