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Research project on Code of Ethics

par Sylvie Blangy - publié le , mis à jour le


If you are interested in being involved, please contact Sylvie at

Dana Sallouha is a fourth year Honours student in Geography and Environmental Studies at Carleton University. She has been working with me for the past few months in uploading the English versions of the case studies from the guide book “Le Guide des Destinations Indigènes” into this web site and formatting them.

She would like to complete her research paper on aboriginal ecotourism and use the information provided in the electronic version of the book.

Dana’s research thesis is centralized around how various communities have drafted their own code of ethics, the emphasis placed in each of these codes, and how the codes are translated into action in terms of eco-tourism. She is, therefore, hoping that all communities who have developed codes will participate.

If you are interested in participating in this second survey and helping Dana with her research, please contact her and you will consequently be send her own survey.

Once the data is being compiled, we will make sure the information is made accessible to you and your communities on the web site. You will receive a link. If you wish, Dana will be happy to send you a copy of her final research paper.

We thank you very much in advance for your cooperation and contribution

Sylvie Blangy

LIST OF PARTIPANTS to the survey

Dana is sending her web based survey to the following communities who have expressed an interest in being part of the survey
If you are not in the list but are interested, please contact Dana

List of participants to the survey :

Communities that do have code of ethics or recommendations

1. Kamestastin Lodge-
2. L’Ecolodge des Trois Riviere-
3. Ecolodge de Kapawi-
4. Reserve Mamiraua-
5. Chalalan Ecolodge-
6. Mapuche-Pewenche Communities-
7. Au pays des Sami, Min Eallin-
8. Naytral Per Njeriun (Nature for Humanity)-
9. Crete’s Culinary Sanctuaries-
10. La Famille Azizi-
11. Voyage au Coeur de l’Anti-Atlas-
12. Avec les Femmes du Desert de l’Adrar Mauritanien-
13. Thilla-
14. Reseau des Villages d’Accueil TDS-
15. Destins croises a Sao Tome- (Lodge Jale)-
16. Le Camp de Gudigwa-
17. Communaute de Liphupho Lami-
18. Le Village de Kawaza-
19. Communaute de Merrueshi en Terre Maasai-
20. Communaute du Nord Wollo-
21. Kabani Association-
22. Sewalanka Foundation-
23. Communaute Lepcha-
24. Jiaju Village-
25. Lao Peoples Democratic Republic-
26. Krayan Hulu Planes-
27. Rinjani Trek Ecotourism Programme-
28. Guurrbi Tours- (Hope Vale)-


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