Ever had a Bad Hotel Experience?
Planning a family trip can be pretty stressful and the last thing you need is a bad motel / hotel experience. However, its becoming more and more common that you hotel booking markets engaging in deceptive marketing. I want to use this opportunity to bring where anything can be publicized and its because of social influence, power is being given back to theRead more
Close the Waverley hotel after the shocking events of September 19th and 20th after a young man was social distancing regulations and allow the customers to walk freely to different tables and dance with deleted all comments made.
the Waverley hotel hold some responsibility for the death of a young man as ifRead more
, Mercure Brisbane, and St. Kilda's examples and do not host any events at your hotel held by Real Social Dynamics.
Julien Blanc and his group, RSD (Real Social Dynamics) are a group of sexist and hotel will likely be harassed by Julien Blanc and the men who are attending his seminar.
Please CANCEL Juline Blanc's event that is being held at your hotel.
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stand up for our social heritage!
If this pub is destroyed, your local pub could be next. We must allRead more
Alex MintornSydney, Australia
Created April 23, 2018
Petition to Ministry of Social Welfare And Development, Ministry of Tourism India, Prakul Kumar, National Restaurant Association of India, Rahul Lall, Indian Hotel and Restaurant Association Of India, AHAR , S...
I was denied entry into a restaurant in Mumbai because I was on a wheelchair! The restaurant staff refused to help me up a flight of steps. I felt helpless, humiliated and angry.
I am on a wheelchair but I want to lead a normal life. I am 26 years-old and I want to go to restaurants and have a good time with my family and friends.
But when incidents like these happen, I get a shocking reminder of our society’s apathy towards the disabled. Something as simple as going to a restaurant can be a traumatic experience for people like me, leaving us at the mercy of complete strangers.
I knew I had to do something! I decided to go and visit other restaurants in Mumbai which were claiming to be wheelchair accessible on a popular restaurant search website. The results were shocking!
Only 2% of the restaurants I visited were accessible in terms of the entrance. In the others, I had to be literally carried up steps.
That’s why I started this petition asking Rahul Singh, the President of the National Restaurants Association of India to make restaurants across the country wheelchair friendly.
Rahul Singh is amongst one of the most recognized restaurateurs in the country today. He has several restaurants across India, including The Beer Cafe and many more. I want him to be the first one to take the lead by making all his restaurants wheelchair accessible.
If thousands of people sign my petition, we can get Rahul Singh to set a precedent for all the members of the National Restaurants Association of India to make their restaurants wheelchair friendly.
Since childhood, I was taught to live independently. Nobody likes to be carried up the steps or made to feel helpless because of their disability. I don’t want to be confined to my home. I want to travel, eat out and socialise just like you do.
Discomfort apart, being carried up the steps also comes with its own set of dangers. What if someone slips or loses grip while carrying a wheel chair user up a flight of stairs? A simple visit can land me in the hospital.
And that is why I am fighting for my rights as a disabled person. What people like me need are disabled friendly infrastructure. Infrastructure as simple as a portable ramp.
Restaurants should have a ramp at the entrance for total and easy access. This can be the first step towards making restaurants 100% disabled friendly.
I have joined hands with Enable Travel to make restaurants accessible to disabled people. Join us in our fight to make India more inclusive.
Sign this petition to bring access to all. Small steps lead to big changes.
Enable Travel’s experts and I also want people with disabilities across the country to join this movement #RampMyRestaurant. Come out of the shadows and make yourself heard.
Virali ModiMumbai, India
Created September 27, 2017
Petition to Anabel Solá Márquez (Rama Judicial de Puerto Rico), Wanda Vázquez Garced (Oficina del Gobernador de Puerto Rico), Departamento de Agricultura de Puerto Rico, International Surfing Community, Junta ...
Playuela on Facebook and Instagram.
We oppose the construction of a coastal mega hotel-residential complex, which consists of 121-acres, 300 room hotel with a 17,000 square foot casino, convention center, 160 condo-hotel units, 240 apartment condominium, and 100 residential villas. The complex covers and real estate business owners, promoting social inequity, and environmental degradation/conflicts sold to investors as a Beach Front Hotel Complex. Now we know, this propaganda was an OAX! The projectRead more
the elevator of the Private Residences at Hotel Georgia. He is the CEO of Centerplate - the catering Hague's Twitter account were both closed down after a barrage of social media complaints.
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in a hotel just outside the city). Whilst helping the Police with queries the next day, the police long line of traumatic events. No other guest house, hotel, business, or home in the white-majority in social housing or cover private housing costs until their property is fully repaired and safe.
economy and labor scope
creation of more sustainable jobs, creating an environment of economic and social security for these employees
Socio Cultural Contributions
The hotel and their employees will participate in social and charity events like supporting schools and other social institutions, beach and neighborhood cleanupsRead more
degradation, social and cultural dislocation, the rapid growth of island population, rampant solid waste commercial development. Now, there is an ongoing construction of a 426 hotel room with 77 underwater aquatic is the economic, social, political and environmental sustainability of the island? I doubt that the and livelihood prioritization for the affected communities.
3. SOCIAL & CULTURAL SUSTAINABILITY cultural tourism to the global market (Ati-atihan).
To enhance effective social security for the saferRead more
Jay GarminoLondon, ENG, United Kingdom
Created June 11, 2015
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