Consumer law is enforced at EU level in different ways, including coordinating the actions of national consumer bodies and entering into international agreements.
The role of national and EU enforcement authorities in consumer protection, sanctions, and examples of coordinated enforcement.
Actions taken by EU authorities to check whether websites apply consumer law correctly.
Applying for an injunction against a trader who infringes on consumer rights.
EU efforts to protect consumers by making agreements with non-EU countries and working with international partner organisations.
The European Consumer Centres Network (ECC-Net) is a network of offices offering advice and assistance to consumers in every EU country, Iceland and Norway.