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.
PROMPT project shows how to design and test for durability
As part of the PROMPT network of consumer groups, researchers and repair specialists, Euroconsumers members OCU and Test Achats are tackling the ingrained problem of consumer products that break down too soon.
CICLE digital consumer complaints tool delivers fast and timely enforcement
Euroconsumers members OCU and Altroconsumo shares results of the CICLE digital complaints pilot project
Medicine pricing: what do consumers think?
Hefty price tags on new pharmaceutical treatments are putting them out of reach of patients as public health systems struggle to find the money to pay. What do consumers want to change in the world of medicine pricing?
Making the repair reflex a reality: new consumer research for SHAREPAIR
As part of the SHAREPAIR project Euroconsumers’ member Test Achats surveyed consumers to find out what’s stopping repairs being the go to option when a product breaks down.
CircThread: consumers tell us what they need to make circular solutions work
Euroconsumers CircThread survey shows detailed consumer insight is vital if we want to shift to a circular, sustainable economy.
International Repair Day: get Repair Scores right to guide consumer choices
On International Repair Day, Euroconsumers member Test Achats says governments considering product ‘Repair Scores’ must get the detail right. Only the best quality information can drive better product repairability.
CLEAR-X collective purchase scheme launches a new wave of home energy efficiency
Collective purchase schemes could be a game changer by getting high quality, energy efficiency products into households at specially negotiated prices. Euroconsumers’ Deco Proteste is part of the CLEAR-X project leading collective buying across Europe.
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.