Consumers International CI

also in espanol – Linked on our blogs with Production underway on CI Access to Knowledge film, and with Children’s lunchbox packed full of unhealthy food reveals Which?

  • CI is working to put the rights of consumers at the heart of decision-making.
  • CI’s vision is a world where everyone has access to safe and sustainable goods and services. Where the strength of the collective power is used for the good of consumers throughout the world.
  • Read more and download the CI information leaflet and Strategic Plan brochure in Media Resources … (about 1/2 /What is CI’s vision?).

Media Centre; Campaigns, projects; Key Issues; Members;
Blogs: CI blog in English, CI blog in Spanish, Junk Food Generation, Marketing Overdose, Access to knowledge (A2K);
Address (1 of ): Consumers International London Office, 24 Highbury Crescent, London N5 1RX, UK;

About: What is Consumers International? Consumers International (CI) is the world federation of consumer groups that, working together with its members, serves as the only independent and authoritative global voice for consumers.  

  • With over 220 member organisations in 115 countries, CI is building a powerful international movement to help protect and empower consumers everywhere.
  • Founded in 1960, the organisation is now needed more than ever. This modern movement is essential to secure a fair safe and sustainable future for consumers in a global marketplace increasingly dominated by international corporations.
  • Consumers International is a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, company number 4337865, and registered charity number 1122155.

The development of consumer rights:

  • On 15 March 1962 former US President John F. Kennedy said: ‘Consumers by definition include us all. They are the largest economic group, affecting and affected by almost every public and private economic decision. Yet they are the only important group … whose views are often not heard.’

He went on set out the following four basic consumer rights to:

  • Safety
  • Information
  • Choice
  • Be heard.

In recent years the consumer movement under the guidance of Consumers International added four more rights and they include the rights to:

  • The satisfaction of basic needs
  • Redress
  • Education
  • A healthy environment.

World Consumer Rights Day: … (full long text about).

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