The European Commission wants to help Europeans become better consumers, and is organising a lecture-discussion in Brussels on 29 June on consumer education.
The report "Europe wants well-informed consumers" shows that being a consumer abroad is not difficult, through the example of two consumers who live in a border area (France-Germany). It shows how the European Consumer Centres Network deals with consumer disputes, illustrating a dispute between Germany and Spain. We then head for Prague, where students use the European agenda at school to understand their rights as European consumers. SHOTLISTLINK