Consumers International to co-host G20 Consumer Summit in Argentina
Consumers International is delighted to announce that we will be co-hosting the 2018 G20 Consumer Summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina.READ MORE
On 15 March 2018, Consumers International is calling for fairer digital marketplaces.
E-commerce has transformed the way that people shop, giving consumers more choice than ever before. But it has also raised global issues that we can only tackle together. In 2017 global e-commerce sales reached $2.29 trillion, but nearly 70% of consumers worry their digital payments are unsafe. Meanwhile, half the world’s population are still offline.
For World Consumer Rights Day 2018, we’re calling for access to fair and secure internet for all, action against scams and fraud, and better consumer protection online. To find out more about this year's theme, download our background report on e-commerce.
Explore our interactive map to find out how World Consumer Rights Day is being celebrated in your region. To view our interactive map in Spanish, click here.
Follow our live blog for instant updates and highlights throughout the day. We'll be sharing videos, images, event updates, blogs and articles so you can get the full picture of how World Consumer Rights Day is being celebrated by the global consumer movement. To view our live blog in Spanish, click here.
Our members around the world are coming together to mark the day with action on local, national and global issues in e-commerce. As the day approaches, we will be populating an interactive map with information on our members’ activities and showcasing social media activity.
If you want to find out more about the World Consumer Rights Day 2018 campaign or share information about your plans for the day, you can email our team at email@example.com or contact your regional networker.
You can join our call for fairer digital marketplaces on social media with the #BetterDigitalWorld hashtag. To help you spread the word about our campaign, we've created a pack of social media resources that can be shared on Twitter and Facebook. Click below to download them in English. You can also download them in Spanish, French and Arabic.