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Freizeitangebote für geflüchtete Menschen gestalten
Wien, 30. November 2016

Gemeinsame Freizeitaktivitäten sind ein wichtiger Ansatz zur Integration von geflüchteten Menschen. Die Naturfreunde Internationale und das Forum Umweltbildung haben Tipps von ExpertInnen und Good-Practice-Beispiele zusammengestellt, die PädagogInnen, Vereinen und engagierten BürgerInnen die Gestaltung von Freizeitangeboten für geflüchtete Menschen erleichtern sollen.

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OLIVA REISEN UNTERZEICHNET ERKLÄRUNG ZU MENSCHENRECHTEN
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  Reiseveranstalter tritt dem "Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism" bei 

Wien, 11. Oktober 2016
 
Der „Roundtable Human Rights in Tourism“ begrüßt ein weiteres Mitglied in Österreich. Der Grazer Veranstalter Oliva Reisen setzt sich aktiv für einen Tourismus ein, der die Menschenrechte achtet.
 
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Naturefriends say “no” to CETA
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Vienna, 26th September 2016

At the Annual Conference of Naturefriends International (NFI) on 23th September 2016 in Bielefeld (Germany), the national Naturefriends associations adopted a common resolution on CETA, the free-trade agreement between Canada and the European Union.

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TRAVELLING SUSTAINABLY – HOW?
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"A guide through the tourism label jungle" offers support in the choice of sustainable offers.

Vienna, 22 September 2016

On the occasion of World Tourism Day on 27 September, the organisations arbeitskreis tourismus & entwicklung (akte), ECOTRANS e.V., Bread for the World – Tourism Watch and Naturefriends International (NFI) present an updated version of the "guide through the tourism label jungle". The brochure offers a concise overview to support consumers; it thus contributes to the promotion of sustainable tourism development.

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EUROPE MUST PUT PEOPLE AND PLANET FIRST
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Brussels, 16 September 2016

As the EU-27 gather in Bratislava today, leading environmental organisations call for genuinely transformational change in the wake of the UK referendum.

Nine of the largest environmental organisations active on the European level called on the leaders of the EU institutions Presidents Juncker, Tusk, Schulz and Prime Minister Fico to set Europe on a path that answers the needs and aspirations of European citizens. Instead of focussing on promoting globalisation, the EU should direct its efforts towards managing its impacts on the planet and ensuring that all citizens can live a good and healthy life, well within the planetary boundaries, according to the organisations.

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