For over 22 years, we have been Britain’s only non-governmental organisation dedicated to human rights in tourism and have shaped and challenged the global tourism industry. Here you can read more about our current campaigns for change.
End water injustice: The right to water constitutes one of the most fundamental human rights. However, for many communities, particularly those living in the global South, this right is being seriously compromised by tourism development.
Empowering coastal communities
Aggressive tourism development along the coast of Kerala and Tamil Nadu in India continues to exploit vulnerable communities, creating a range of human rights issues, from displacement to loss of livelihood.
All inclusives remain all exclusive
What does the resurgence of the all-inclusive model, where tourists are invited to ‘leave their wallets at home’, mean for the destinations we visit?
Putting tourism to rights
We are calling on the UK Government and tourism industry to take steps to ensure that the rights of local people in tourism destinations are protected in line with international law.
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- Jun 14, 2013
Should I fly?
- Jun 6, 2013
Should I visit an orphanage?
- May 1, 2013
Should I buy animal trinkets?
- May 1, 2013
Displacement of local people: a never ending problem
- Apr 5, 2013
Should I go shark cage diving?
- Apr 4, 2013