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.
We support consumers as record breaking inflation rates hit home
Price inflation has hit a record breaking 5% across the Eurozone. As prices for everything from food to medicines surges, our members are supporting consumers to get the best deals they can.
Dispatches from the Euroconsumers International Forum
The 2021 Euroconsumers International Forum took place on the 2nd December, bringing together a wide collection of stakeholders such as high-level EU policy makers, business leaders, academics, consumer organisations, and much more, to create dialogue on the hot button issues of today, and tomorrow. Read some of the highlights here.
CircThread: bringing the circular consumer economy home
Creating green, circular consumer markets means a complete rethink of business as usual. The CircThread project shows what’s possible.
Make online shopping ever-green this Christmas
Many online Christmas deliveries will be over packaged this year - can suppliers give consumers the green, circular packaging they want?
The new AI Act must build consumer trust and safety to unlock innovation
Innovation in AI depends on consumer trust and the proposed EU AI Act can do much more to build it.
HARP project helps consumers understand home energy retrofits
Energy prices are hitting new heights across the EU, but most consumers are still relying on old and inefficient home energy systems with a high financial and carbon impact. OCU and Deco are part of the multistakeholder HARP project that is testing simple new ways to build consumer understanding of the problem and help them choose new efficient home solutions.
Can the upcoming Data Act make data empowerment a reality for consumers?
New initiatives from the European Commission show its ambition for utilizing data to create a flourishing data economy - but is enough being done to let consumers play their role as crucial catalysts in the new data revolution?
Euroconsumers’ 2021 International Forum Kicks off on the 2nd December
The Forum will bring together high-level EU decision-makers, business leaders, academics, and more, to discuss the burning issues affecting consumers today, and that will shape our tomorrows, such as Artificial Intelligence, sustainability, innovation, and more.
Dieselgate: the long and winding road to consumer compensation
Six years after the Volkswagen Dieselgate scandal broke, Euroconsumers is still fighting for consumer compensation across Europe. Find out our progress, our many actions, and how the global scandal has impacted on collective redress in the EU.