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A comparative study of tourism Education on vocational level in Hungary and Finland
Published August 21, 2020
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The rapid growth of tourism in Hungary and the labour migration to abroad resulted in a serious labour shortage in the industry. One of the sources of skilled and motivated workforce is the system of tourism vocational education and training, which can just slowly react to market changes due to its inertness. In addition, the highly centralized... system provides low-level of freedom to respond to regional differences, as the National Core Curriculum and its related regulatory documents are compulsory for the institutions and maintainers implementing them.

This paper seeks for possible solutions to the prevailing challenges by a comparative examination of the tourism VET system in Finland and Hungary. As a result the author propounds possible alternatives to develop secondary tourism education.

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Informed Choices on our Diet: How much we Really Know about Fish
Published August 21, 2020
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The 1169/2011/EU regulation will come into force by the end of the year. The new regulation is more stringent than before, however non-processed foods continue to be exempt from nutrition labelling. At first, it might not seem to be an important issue, yet non-processed foods can contain as many artificial colouring agents and substances as pro...cessed food.

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Community development role of renewable energy projects
Published August 21, 2020
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The spread of utilization of renewable energy resources is primarily motivated by objectives of energy policy and climate protection. However the rural and community development role of the new investments had got a greater significance in the past years. In the last years or decades the different renewable energy sectors became an important ob...jective of regional policy. In parallel with these changes the renewable energy sources aroused the interest of potential investors. The low population density and relative richness of natural resources in rural areas provide favourable conditions for location of these investments. On the base of local economic development aspects was designated as positive effects that the investments utilize the internal resources of these regions. However in practice it raises different significant questions. What is the role of local financial resources, professional skills and sufficient number of customers in renewable energy investments? We cannot imagine authentic and successful rural development projects without considering the interests and participation of local communities. Our research focuses on requirements of prosperous and long-term sustainable renewable energy based community development solutions following Hungarian and European examples.

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The Conscious nutrition or what we know about the fish?
Published August 6, 2020
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The 1169/2011/EU regulation will come into force by the end of the year. The new regulation is more stringent than before, however the non-processed foods coni nue to be exempt from nutrii on labeling. At fi rst, it might not seem to be an important issue, yet non-processed foods can contain artifticial colors and substances as processed food.<.../p>

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