Reports

The Tourism Reports listed below are available to purchase in the shop or can be downloaded from the reports page below. Members can download our latest reports for free from the Members Area. Members can also order free print copies of our reports, although we ask for a donation to cover postage. Reports and Member Briefings (non Members) Reports and […]

Ethical Travel Guide (print)

Thousands of grass roots, low impact, high sustainability initiatives all over the world struggle to tell tourists they exist. Very few of these inspirational initiatives have the resources or skills to market themselves in an industry dominated by multinational companies. Like its predecessors, the Ethical Travel Guide is a challenge to this dominance, seeking to redress the balance […]

Combating child trafficking through ethical voluntourism

Next Generation Nepal (NGN) has launched its long-awaited report showing that volunteering in orphanages in Nepal is in fact fueling child trafficking. The report, “The Paradox of Orphanage Volunteering: Combating Child Trafficking through Ethical Voluntourism,” shows that orphanages in Nepal contain over 15,000 children, yet at least two out of three of these children are […]

Our paper past now archived for the future in Warwick!

You’ll find the Tourism Concern Archive in Warwick University’s Modern Records Centre. Tourism Concern was born twenty five years ago into a pre-digital era. Everything we produced then – newsletters, magazines, pamphlets, brochures, books – was on paper. Tourism Concern now functions almost completely in a digital environment, but a paper trail of its past […]

Online Ethical Travel Guide

Thousands of grass roots, low impact, high sustainability initiatives all over the world struggle to tell tourists they exist. Very few of these inspirational initiatives have the resources or skills to market themselves in an industry dominated by multinational companies. Like its predecessors, the on-line Ethical Travel Guide is a challenge to this dominance, seeking […]

‘Water for Everyone’ – schools’ learning package

Five free teaching units, focusing on water, the world’s most vital resource, and how it connects to tourism, the world’s fastest growing industry.     Water for Everyone: Sustainability and Tourism Issues Designed for teaching Key Stage 3 and 4 Geography but content has greater applications Exploring key themes such as understanding place / exploring interconnection […]

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