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2010

02 December 2010Information Event on Cords and chains in window coveringsIn the context of the International Product Safety Week 2010, the European Commission is organising an "Information Event on Cords and chains in window coverings - a hidden home hazard", on 2 December 2010 from 12:45 to 13:30 in Brussels.
01 - 03 December 2010International Product Safety Week 2010The European Commission is organising events under the umbrella of the 3rd International Product Safety Week in Brussels, from 1 to 3 December 2010. As in the past years, this week comprises a series of conferences and meetings bringing together a broad range of (non-food) consumer product safety professionals from around the world, representing regulators, businesses, consumer organisations, standard makers and test laboratories, academics etc.
22 November 2010Behavioural Economics, So What: Should Policy-makers Care?The aim of the conference is to understand how behavioural economics could be used to influence public policy and regulatory design across the Commission, in a way that benefits EU consumers and citizens. The conference should attract a wide audience from the national and international policy-making, research, NGOs and business communities.
26 October 2010 Consumer & Product Safety Day, Shanghai ExpoDG Health and Consumers hosted the "Consumer & Product Safety Day" at Shanghai 2010 World Expo with a conference "How best to ensure safe purchases for consumers - the EU experience" on 26 October 2010.
27 May 2010Conference on Consumer ComplaintsThis is a high-level conference on "Consumer complaints and the implementation of a harmonised methodology to classify and report consumer complaints". The conference is organised by the European Commission, DG Health and Consumers (SANCO).
18 - 19 March 2010European Consumer Summit 2010The European Consumer Summit 2010 will take place in Brussels on 18 and 19 March. This year's summit will focus on services for consumers and in particular on access, fairness and choice.