Towards inclusive urban policy-making: a cultural rights perspective

The year 2007 marked the global demographic transition to the urban age. Although still vastly disparate between regions, levels of … Continue ReadingTowards inclusive urban policy-making: a cultural rights perspective

Branding of cities: to whom is the city advertized and what fundamental idea lies behind it?

“Good advertising does not just circulate information. It penetrates the public mind with desires and belief”, is one of the … Continue ReadingBranding of cities: to whom is the city advertized and what fundamental idea lies behind it?

Yolocaust, Austerlitz & Uploading Holocaust: Dark Tourism Goes Public

To many travellers, the act of visiting a tourist site, where death, tragedy or atrocity are presented in some way … Continue ReadingYolocaust, Austerlitz & Uploading Holocaust: Dark Tourism Goes Public

British-European regional tourism in the wake of Brexit: What could possibly go wrong?

For most people who have been watching the story of Brexit unfold, it’s been mostly about the political and economic … Continue ReadingBritish-European regional tourism in the wake of Brexit: What could possibly go wrong?

British-European Tourism After Brexit: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

For most people who have been watching the story of Brexit unfold, it’s been mostly about the political and economic … Continue ReadingBritish-European Tourism After Brexit: What Could Possibly Go Wrong?