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CIEE and Ireland’s Department of Foreign Affairs to co-sponsor 2021 cohort of Frederick Douglass Global Fellows
To celebrate the 175th anniversary of Frederick Douglass’s historic tour of Ireland, ten American college students of diverse backgrounds will receive prestigious award to study in Dublin.
To support accommodation providers that have put in place new procedures to ensure the safety of staff and guests, WYSE Travel Confederation has created a COVID-19 safe accommodation declaration.
Hostelling International USA (HI USA), the nation’s largest hostel network, has announced the reopening of ten of its hostels.
Culture Trip Founder Dr Kris Naudts has confirmed that he is stepping down from his role as Chief Executive Officer after nine years.
STR’s August snapshot reveals that after months of temporary closures, hostel occupancy skyrocketed in July, well above comparable hotel occupancy and significantly better than the past several months’ performance.
In his new role as President, Daniel will participate in the strategic decisions of the Greenheart organization and be responsible for the oversight and leadership of Greenheart Cultural Exchange operations.
This article based on the August edition of WYSE’s COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey takes a look at when youth travel businesses in different world regions are expecting economic recovery to begin.
The August edition of the COVID-19 Travel Business Impact Survey takes a look at the extent to which internships, study abroad and other travel-based educational and cultural exchange programmes have gone digital this year and what the digital shift might look like for 2021.
Viajero Hostels has opened its fourth property since 2018 in Meldellín, Colombia’s second-biggest city.
Hostelling International appoints Brianda Lopez as the new CEO,
After 42 years in the hostel sector and 18 years at YHA Australia, Robert Henke, Operations Manager is retiring.
ClinkNOORD in Amsterdam is the number one of the most desired hostel in the world, according to online booking platform, Hostelworld.