The global consumer movement stands for the empowerment of consumers and the representation of their interests in global fora where policies affecting their interests are discussed. The antithesis of these principles is found in the current series of closed negotiations for a new Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA).
Here you can find information for the press, for consumer organisations and the general public about what ACTA is, why it must be stopped, and what members of Consumers International are doing to achieve this end.
- Joint declaration on ACTA in English, en français, en español
- Frequently Asked Questions for the press (historical)
- Information on a Web conference about ACTA held on Tuesday 26 January (archived here, and with a press release)
- A presentation delivered on 17 June 2010 on Public interest representation in global IP policy institutions
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