Consumers International runs and partners in projects all over the world, to protect and empower people everywhere. Have a look at what we've been doing.
Consumers in the global North can have a real impact on the lives of the people who produce what they put in their shopping baskets.
The United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development 2012 is also known as UNCSD2012, Rio+20 or Earth Summit 2012.
There is global recognition that unsustainable patterns of consumption have social and environmental impacts worldwide.
Recognising that energy is of fundamental importance to public welfare and the well-being of consumers worldwide.
Consumers International has partnered with the Swedish Society for Nature Conservation (SSNC) to enable CI members in developing countries to raise awareness about sustainable consumption, with an emphasis on environmental issues.
This EC-funded project helped to empower municipalities to better serve their constituents in relation to social and environmental rights.
The Rhoda Karpatkin (RK) Advocate Programme is a joint initiative between CI and our US member Consumers Union (CU) to provide training and experience to campaigning advocates from CI member organisations in developing countries.
From food-purchasing cooperatives in Ecuador, to personal finance education in Tanzania, the Anne Fransen Fund has a mission to advance the position of consumers in developing and transitional economies, through capacity building and campaigning projects.
Right Choice is a consumer magazine, produced and published in the Indian market and was established in 2009 by Which?, the UKs largest consumer organisation and a founding Member of Consumers International.
It shares the same mission with Which? to provide unbiased, expert advice and to get a fair deal for all consumers.
The Right Choice Fund is provided by Which?.With an annual budget of $50,000 (US), grants of up to $10,000 are awarded to CI Members in India for consumer- related campaigning and advocacy work. Read more.