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WYSE Travel Confederation is deeply concerned by the violation of Ukraine’s territorial integrity and sovereignty and supports calls for adherence to international law and the United Nations Charter.
CIEE and InterExchange to administer 2022 Ambassadors Fund for Summer Work Travel Scholarship Program
The Ambassadors Fund for SWT Scholarship Program, funded by the U.S. Department of State, aims to enhance mutual understanding between the US and young people globally.
After a weak first half of 2021, international tourism rebounded during the Northern Hemisphere summer season, boosting results in the third quarter of the year, especially in Europe.
Pieter van der Zeeuw, Chairman of the Accommodation Sector Panel and CEO of Hans Brinker Hostels gives members an update.
Alliance Abroad Group announces major transformation of the business that will see the establishment of a new Holding Company and CEO.
A case study by Rafael Espinoza, Universal Student Exchange and member of the Cultural Exchange Working Group.
On 14 October 2021, Callum Kennedy, principal of Kennedy Mears Consultants Ltd, was granted Honorary Membership within WYSE Travel Confederation.
The PROYOUTHVISA Alliance aims to raise awareness of the absence of a youth mobility agreement between the UK and EU.
Intrax has announced its acquisition of Invasion Camp Group, including the AmeriCamp, Camp Thailand, Camp.co.uk and Wrestling Travel Divisions.
Gapforce launches new UK-based courses based on its flagship Expedition Leader Training Course in Costa Rica, enabling people to get a taster or start their journey into the outdoor industry.
The Mayor of London announced £5 million to support the reopening of central London and its hard-hit retail, hospitality, and cultural venues and protect a maximum number of tourism jobs.
Clink Hostels has announced its mission to achieve B Corporation status, after 86% of travellers say companies must do more to challenge social, political and environmental issues.