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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 How is World Consumers Rights Day observerd? WORLD CONSUMERS RIGHTS DAY It marks the date of March 15, 1962 President John F Kennedy first outlined the definition of Consumer Rights. Consumer rights activist Anwar Fazal later proposed the observance of a "World Consumer Rights Day"marking that date, and on 15 March 1983 consumer organizations began observing that date as an occasion to promote basic rights of consumers. Significance of World Consumers Rights Day. Consumer organisations around the world, big and small, use materials produced by CI to generate local initiatives and media coverage for their work over the coming year.Initiatives can take the shape of special campaigns, press conferences, public exhibitions, workshops, street events or new publications, to name only a few possibilities.Consumer groups may adapt CI's materials to have the greatest local impact. Whatever the objectives, they share the same underlying aim of bringing about important and needed benefits for consumers. The basic consumer rights are: 1.The right to satisfaction of basic needs2.The right to safety3.The right to be informed4.The right to choose5.The right to be heard6.The right to redress7.The right to consumer education8.The right to a healthy and sustainable environment Purpose of WCRD World Consumer Rights Day is an annual occasion for celebration and solidarity within the international consumer movement. But more importantly it is a time for promoting the basic rights of all consumers, for demanding that those rights are respected and protected, and for protesting the market abuses and social injustices which undermine them.
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