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Marrakesh and Imil responsible tourism trip

Marrakesh and Imil responsible tourism trip

This trip is now full – we may run it again in May Tourism Concern has two clear aims: We expose tourism’s worst human rights abuses and campaign against them. Equally importantly, we promote tourism that benefits local people in tourist destinations. ...

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AGM

AGM

Notice of the annual general meeting of the Members of Tourism Concern. If you are a Member and would like to attend please register below. Date: Saturday 17th September 2016 Time: 2pm Place: Room F10, Croydon Town Hall, Katherine Street, ...

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Play: Shangri-la

Play: Shangri-la

We are partnering with this production of Shangri- la, as the play resonates with a lot of our messages and offers an dynamic insight into the often unintended ramifications of cultural tourism.’ If you are a member and are interested in going ...

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EasyFundraising

EasyFundraising

Did you know that whenever you buy anything online – from your weekly shop to your annual holiday – you could be raising a free donation for Tourism Concern? There are nearly 3,000 retailers on board ready to make a donation, ...

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Equality in Tourism alternative conference

Equality in Tourism alternative conference

Equality in Tourism are organising an alternative conference: Walking, Sharing and Learning with Local Communities in Turkey. Attendees will stay with Turkish women, in Anatolia, in their homestays, enriching and positively affecting their lives (and attendees) while debating with the underlying ...

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Cruise tourism – what’s below the surface?

Cruise tourism – what’s below the surface?

Cruise Tourism briefing launched Our timely new briefing, Cruise Tourism – what’s below  the surface?  was successfully launched at a special event in March 2016. The briefing is available via either of the buttons below, as are all our reports and Member briefings. The cruise tourism ...

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Save Bali’s Benoa Bay!

Save Bali’s Benoa Bay!

Campaigners resisting a major new tourism development in Bali are calling for support from around the world. Southern Bali is already experiencing overdevelopment and an oversupply of accommodation. Yet this is where a proposed new mega resort may go ahead ...

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