Tourism Concern is a charity registered in the UK. Our charity number 1064020. To find out more about us, visit the Charity Commission's website.
We believe Tourism Concern has a crucial role to play in promoting and developing forms of tourism that provide meaningful benefits to people in local destination communities. Equally important is our role in exposing and campaigning against tourism’s worst human rights abuses.
We are a unique organisation. No other NGO has campaigned so tirelessly on the issues around tourism’s exploitative practices.
Since our formation in 1989, we have seen and been a part of shaping the changing landscape of the tourism industry and market. When challenging people about the impacts of their holidays their reaction has begun to change from one of disbelief to one of concern. There is growing awareness about the impacts of tourism and about the power and need for ethical consumerism. Now, more than ever,
there is an overwhelming need to make meaningful change and for alternatives that empower and not exploit.
New campaigns are under way, and look out for some exciting news and events on our Facebook page and website.
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Download the 2008 Annual Report (pdf 2.3Mb)
Download the 2007 Annual Report (pdf 4.1Mb)
Download the 2006 Annual Report (pdf 1.2Mb)
For copies of older annual reports please contact us.
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