NEST Webinars | Stakeholder networks

The fourth NEST event, planned for Thursday 30th March at 16.30 CET, will cover the topic of Stakeholder networks and how these can influence tourism development in different types of tourism destinations.

NEST Webinars | Stakeholder networks
  • Data: 30 MARZO 2023  dalle 16:30 alle 18:00

  • Luogo: Evento online

In this event, we will cover the topic of Stakeholder networks and how these can influence tourism development in different types of tourism destinations. This is a great opportunity to hear (and see) about the different types of stakeholders and their respective multi-level influence on tourism activity within a community and tourism destination. These topics are especially relevant in projects that include public, private, and third-sector organizations in their activities and deal with cooperation and mutually beneficial relationships across the scales. 


We are again accompanied by professors and collaborators from the University of Trento, and we will have three presentations this time: 


Stakeholder networks for sustainable tourism in community-based destination – Federica Buffa (UNITN)

Stakeholder networks in tourism - co-creation of gastronomic experiences in Primiero (Trentino, Dolomites) – Chiara Massacesi (UNITN)

Stakeholder networks for sustainable tourism - projects in Nepal – Federica Riccadonna (Garima voyage)

You can register for the event at this link FORM

If you have any questions or doubts, please write to 


Network of Education on Sustainable Tourism (NEST) is a capacity building project developed by the Centre for Advanced Studies in Tourism (CAST) of the University of Bologna, in collaboration with the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation (AICS). This year, project activities will be developed in collaboration with the Department of Economics and Management of the University of Trento. The project aims at improving skills in the field of sustainable tourism development of the public and private sector operators from 13 developing countries in Latin America, Africa, the Mediterranean and Asia. 


For more information, please visit official website of the NEST project.