15th March is World Consumer Rights Day, an annual occasion for celebration, impact and global solidarity within the international consumer movement. Each year, consumer organisations mark the day by joining together to highlight and raise awareness on an issue that is important to consumers around the world.
Savitha Thirunavukkarasu, Researcher - Consumer Protection
CAG supports the implementation of national trans fats regulations in the state of Tamil Nadu and demands for reduction of trans fat limits to less than 3% by 2021 and 2% by 2022 in order to protect people from non-communicable diseases.
CAG conducted a campaign to create awareness among college students and low income families on the need to share and the potential to raise an income from participating in the reuse-recycling process.
CAG, represented by S. Saroja, has been elected to the CI Council in the General Assembly held in Estoril, Portugal in May 2019. Saroja was the consensus candidate from India, which has a representation of 8 full members in CI. CI is headquartered in London and is the world federation of consumer groups that serves as the only independent and authoritative global voice for consumers, having over 240 member organisations in 120 countries. In addition to the President, around 15 members from across various regions are elected to the council who will serve a term of four years.
This article summarises the insights from an event conducted at Ethiraj College for Women, Chennai, on the occasion of World Consumer Rights Day 2019.
This blog summarises the third and fourth session of the Consumer Guidance Seminar on Banking Services held in February 2018. The session on the effectiveness of RBI guidelines covered a discussion on the role of RBI in the monetary policy but also the maintenance of financial stability. The fourth session included case studies on digital security issues in the banking sector.
Home buyers spend years in various consumer fora to have their conflicts with real estate developers addressed. Our researchers examine whether the new RERA (Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016) address these.