International LGBTQ+ tourism association asks Uruguay to lead and spread inclusion to the region

Felipe Cárdenas highlighted Uruguay as the "most robust" Latin American country in terms of legislation that contemplates the rights of people of the community but remarked that with this label comes "a great responsibility".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The president of the International LGBTQ+ Tourism Association (IGLA), Felipe Cárdenas, asked Uruguay on Wednesday to lead the transition towards inclusive tourism that is "competitive" at a global level and "contagious" to the rest of Latin America.

This hope was expressed - during an event organized by the Colorado Party (PC, center-right) in the framework of the month of diversity of the South American country - by the Colombian businessman, recently appointed as the first Latin American president of the IGLA.

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