Dr. Ralf Pastleitner

The New Year brings new political challenges in Brussels.

On the 6th of February, the TUI Group Corporate Office EU welcomed old and new friends at its offices for a New Year’s Drink. The informal drink brought together many key stakeholders of the transport and tourism sector in the EU, and enabled TUI to reconfirm the good ties with its network, laying the foundation for a cooperative engagement in the future.

The vineyards of La Geria on the Canary island of Lanzarote are a treat for the eyes. Traditionally each vine was protected by a hand-built wall of lava rocks to shield it from the wind. But over the past five or six years the region has come under threat as farmers abandon the land and the vines have been neglected. TUI Care Foundation supports a project to preserve this cultural heritage of traditional winemaking, by developing ecological winemaking on the island and providing locals with ...

On Tuesday the 6th of November, the TUI Group EU Corporate Office organised its third Policy Breakfast. This morning’s session regrouped many key stakeholders, reflecting TUI’s long standing engagement and cooperation at the EU-level. Given the success of the format and previous editions, the TUI Group EU Corporate Office expects to hold more sessions in the future where participants can gather to network and exchange ideas about relevant EU topics.

Dr. Ralf Pastleitner

How do young people view Europe? A very important factor seems to be cultural exchange. As a study by TUI Stiftung found out, young people who have participated in an exchange programme are more open towards Europe. 78 per cent of participants approve of the EU, while this share is only at 69 per cent among non-participants. These are some of the key findings of the 2018 Youth Study by TUI Stiftung, presented to the Brussels audience in a policy breakfast on Thursday 27th September at ...


TUI Care Foundation and Plan International have joined forces to launch a new initiative in Hue City, Vietnam. The TUI Academy provides vocational training to 350 disadvantaged young women and men, out of which 180 will enrol in tourism related training. Students gain practical experience through a training programme at a social enterprise training restaurant to get their hospitality careers underway. With the TUI Academy at the core of the initiative, the project also builds on ...

Cookies on politiklounge.com

We use cookies to provide you with an optimized website experience. They include cookies for the operation and optimization of the website as well as cookies for analyses, retargeting and to provide personalised content on websites by third party providers. By clicking on Accept you are agreeing to the use of non-essential cookies. If you don't want that, you can Decline All the use of cookies or change your Settings at any time. For more information, including the processing of data by third party providers, see our Cookie Notice.

Managing your cookie settings

Choose which cookies are permitted by using the “Status”-Switch. Save your settings with the button “I Agree”.

You can find more information under Cookie Notice at any time.

Cookies Description Status
Required cookies These cookies are required to enable you to navigate through the websites and use key functions. These can not be disabled. Cookie Notice
Website analytics cookies These cookies help us to understand how visitors engage with our website. The information is collected anonymously and transfered to our analytics partner. Cookie Notice