Turismo se sumó a una campaña nacional del Inadi

Tourism as a social right and as an activity that tends to cultural exchange, meeting and recreation, were the premises that gave rise to the national campaign “Summer without Discrimination”, which Tucumán ratified this Friday in a Letter of Intent signed by the vice president of the Ente Tucumán Turismo (ETT), Elena Colombres-Garmendia, and by the provincial delegate of the National Institute against Discrimination, Xenophobia and Racism (Inadi), Paul Gutierrez.

The campaign, which is deployed in all corners of the country and which began in Villa Gesell, seeks to make citizens aware of respect for differences in order to mitigate specific actions of discrimination, make rights visible and train personnel linked to the tourist activity during the summer season. For this, the Inadi extended the proposal to all the tourist points of the country to achieve a season free of all prejudice and violence.

“We thank the Inadi for making us part of it and inviting us to join them in this campaign that we are celebrating and that we find very opportune,” said Colombres Garmendia after the signing, which he considered as “the initial kick of intense work together with this organization to promote inclusion in the tourism sector, a vast industry that seeks that we all have the same opportunities to enjoy the proposal that Tucumán offers”.

The local representative of Inadi, for his part, celebrated the accompaniment received from the provincial body. “In each of the provinces we articulate with various institutions and in this case we do it with the Ente Tucumán Turismo, taking into account that the objective is to raise awareness in those points that receive a large influx of tourists in the summer.” In this sense, Gutiérrez highlighted the role of ETT informants, “who must have tools to know how to deal with these acts of discrimination,” he said.

Regarding the work that will be carried out in the province, the representative explained that from Inadi they will accompany all the activities that the tourism agency has scheduled for this summer. “There are activities planned at El Cadillal on Saturdays and Sundays, while in February we will be present at each of the festivals, as long as they are carried out due to the recent restrictions due to the pandemic,” said Gutiérrez.

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