The activities of Euroconsumers are many and varied, ranging from coordinated enforcement actions to partnerships with market players, surveys, European grants projects’ development, market research and international events.
Are green, guilt free holidays possible?
As Europe goes on holiday, consumers are faced with the tricky task of choosing the most sustainable way to vacation.
Batterygate: pressure on Apple mounts as more consumer groups join fight against failing iPhones
Euroconsumers’ Spanish member OCU is taking its fight against Apple for deceptive business practices on behalf of 400,000 consumers to the next level as the case officially launches in court.
HARP project shows consumers are ready to change their home heating habits
Can consumers and professionals work together to heat homes more efficiently and with less carbon impact? Read the results from Heating Appliances Retrofit Programme (HARP) campaigns to accelerate consumer and industry change.
Euroconsumers members ready to support consumers through summer chaos
Euroconsumers is ready with information and advice for consumers facing a summer of travel chaos because of airline strikes, cancellations and staff shortages.
ALEXM result: Big Pharma company Leadiant fined over excessive pricing of essential drug
Italy’s Competition Authority has fined Leadiant €3.5million for abusing its dominant position in the pharmaceutical market after complaint from Altroconsumo
OCU launches Spain’s biggest ever class action for consumers ripped off by car price cartel
Euroconsumers’ member OCU has launched Spain’s largest ever class action on behalf of consumers overcharged by a cartel when they bought new cars.
The quest for eco-friendly sunscreen
First ever sunscreen awarded Test-Achats’ prestigious Eco + Efficiency label, as Euroconsumers joins the Surfrider Foundation’s conference ‘Behind UV Filters’ to discuss the impact of sunscreen on our health and oceans.
Strength in numbers: collective consumer actions against poor treatment by Ryanair
As a leader in class actions, Euroconsumers know that collective consumer action works. Compensation gets to consumers quicker and time and resources are saved. And, as Euroconsumers found recently, when problems inevitably re-occur with the company in question, a fast and effective response is much more likely.
Connected consumers: making the most of the smart revolution
Millions of people now own a range of internet-connected home appliances and gadgets. How do these connected consumers really feel about the value of smart devices?
CICLE project – can consumer law enforcement be boosted by the power of complaints data?
Find out how Euroconsumers’ members OCU in Spain and Altroconsumo in Italy will use consumer-powered data to transform enforcement.