HOST INSTITUTE: The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, School of Excellence in Law, Chennai.
DATES: 20TH August, 2023 to 22nd August, 2023.
VENUE: The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, School of Excellence in Law, M.G.R. Salai, Perungudi, Chennai – 600 113.
MODE OF CONDUCT: OFFLINE, i.e., ON-SITE.
WORKSTREAM: TOURISM WORKING GROUP
THE TAMIL NADU DR. AMBEDKAR LAW UNIVERSITY
The Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, with a student fraternity amassing over 30,000 is the second largest law university in South Asia. It was inaugurated by the Former President of India, His Excellency Shri. K. R. Narayanan, in 1997.
SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE IN LAW, CHENNAI
School of Excellence in Law, established by the University at its campus since 2002 and offers three year and five year integrated Under-Graduate Courses as well as Post-Graduate Programmes in law with 13 different specializations under Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) Regulations.
G20 WORKSTREAM PANEL DISCUSSION ON TOURISM
The G20 Workstream Panel Discussion (‘Panel Discussion’) is a deliberation among eminent stakeholders from the industry on the relevant theme of discussion. It strives to foster a constructive forum for open dialogue on a plethora of contemporary issues of global significance to the G20 Forum.
We are hosting parallel discussions on the five key priority areas of the Tourism Working Group during India’s G20 Presidency, which are: Green Tourism, Digitalization, Skills, MSMEs, and Destination Management. The Panel Discussions will therefore be among revered stakeholders equipped with noteworthy domain experience in the fields of Film Tourism, Eco-Tourism, Rural Tourism, Medical Tourism, Technology, Cultural Tourism, Adventure Tourism, the MSME Sector, International Relations and Multilateralism.
With the objective of establishing a multi-disciplinary dialogue over the five priority areas of the Tourism Working Group, we are inviting incumbent bureaucrats, experts from the private sector, retired government officials as well as eminent persons with international recognition and decades of experience in the above-stated fields.
On conclusion of the National G20 Summit Simulation, student-participants have the opportunity to witness experts from the industry deliberate on the themes for which their respective working groups had discussed during the simulation rounds.
ELLIGIBILITY & REGISTRATION
Students pursuing any under-graduate degree, post-graduate degree, diploma or professional as well as Ph.D. scholars from any institution in India are eligible to participate in the Simulation.
Registrations received after the deadline may be accepted at the sole discretion of the Organizing Committee on the basis of the reasons for delayed registration mentioned by the registrant. Filling of the registration form is mandatory and no other mode of registration shall be accepted by the Organizing Committee.
The registration fee is Rs. 2000 per individual. For students of the Tamil Nadu Dr. Ambedkar Law University, School of Excellence in Law, Chennai, the registration fee is Rs. 1600 per individual. The registration fee may be paid to the following accounts as per the details given below:
|Account Holder Name||Director, School of Excellence in Law|
|Bank Name||Indian Overseas Bank, Perungudi, Chennai|
THEMES FOR DELIBERATATION
|I. Green Tourism (Eco-Tourism)“Greening of tourism sector for a sustainable, responsible and resilient tourism sector”1. Ecotourism as a Vehicle to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals.2. Travel for LiFE (‘Lifestyle For Environment’) Program.3. One Planet Sustainable Tourism Programme.|
|II. Digitalization (Film Tourism)“Harnessing the power of digitalization to promote competitiveness, inclusion and sustainability in tourism sector”1. Film Tourism for Economic Growth and Cultural Preservation.2. Films Create Strong Impact to Drive Tourism in the Country.3. The New Places of the Destinations need to be Approached Responsibly.|
|III. Skills (Cultural Tourism)“Empowering Youth With Skills For Jobs And Entrepreneurship In Tourism Sector”1. Rural Tourism for Community Empowerment and Poverty Alleviation.2. Adventure Tourism as Vehicle for Achieving Sustainable Development Goals.3. Tourism as a Major Source of Employment.|
|IV. MSMEs (Revival of the Tourism Economic Sector)“Nurturing tourism MSMEs / Startups/ private sector to unleash innovation and dynamism in tourism sector”1. Promotion of Specific Innovation and Entrepreneurship Policies and Programmes in Tourism.2. Public Private Dialogue: Importance of Travel and Tourism to the G20 Economies.3. Transition from Informal to Formal Economies in Tourism and Ensuring Decent Work for All.|
|V. Destination Management (Medical Tourism)“Rethinking the strategic management of destinations towards a holistic approach that delivers on the SDGs”1. Medical Value Travel to Address Vulnerabilities and Disparities of the Healthcare Systems.2. Enabling Equitable Access to Value-Based Healthcare Services Across the Globe.3. Traditional Medicine has been Planning a Vital Role in Promoting Health in Communities Worldwide.|
All participants who attend at least four sessions will be given a certificate of participation. The best performing participants will be selected for the following awards:
|i. Best Delegate.ii. Second-Best Delegate.iii. Honourable Mention.||iv. Special Mention.v. Best Reporter.vi. Second-Best Reporter.|
1.1. In case of any queries, feel free to reach out to us through our following points of contact:
Mr. H. Noble Robinson (Faculty Co-ordinator): +91 90032 92104
Mr. P. Subash (Faculty Co-ordinator): +91 8610 276128
Mr. Samuel Praveen Kumar (PG Student): +91 73586 97307
Ms. Sowndariya (PG Student): +91 94421 88433
Mr. Nishanth Suresh (UG Student): +91 94450 80895