The G20 Rome guidelines for the future of tourism identifies key issues and opportunities
to rethink and reshape tourism policy in response to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It presents guidelines for action that are informed by the need to a) restore confidence
and enable recovery, b) learn from the experience of the pandemic, and c) prioritise
a sustainable development agenda in guiding future tourism. They are based around
seven interrelated policy areas: i) safe mobility, ii) crisis management; iii) resilience;
iv) inclusiveness; v) green transformation; vi) digital transition; and vii) investment
and infrastructure. The G20 Rome guidelines were endorsed in the Rome Communiqué of
the 2021 G20 Tourism Ministers’ meeting.