With contributions from experts around the world, this handbook provides an overview of the most important areas of tourism as a potential tool in peace-building efforts. The connection between tourism and peace is uniquely presented by these experts using case studies and various inputs on the theoretical debate. These diverse viewpoints make the handbook a powerful contribution to the overall discussion about new pathways to peace within the international, academic and public community.

Yearbook Peace Culture 2013 - Jahrbuch Friedenskultur 2013

Cordula Wohlmuthe completed her studies at the University of Vienna. Made phd research on sentenced prisoners of war in Soviet camps 1941 to 1955, worked six years for the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE) in Kyiv, Ukraine, and six years as deputy regional director for Europe in the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in Madrid, Spain. Currently coordinating the project on “Tourism and Peace” at the University of Klagenfurt, Austria.
Werner Wintersteiner, Ph. D., Founding director of the “Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education” at the University of Klagenfurt. Main research fields: peace education; cultural dimensions of peace research); literature and peace; globalization, post-colonialism, transculturality and literature; literature education.