Two broad strategies will be involved in pursuing this vision. The first involves prioritising the opportunities for the consumer movement to present its voice in existing governance and policy institutions for the information society, and resourcing consumer representatives to meaningfully and positively contribute to the work of these institutions. The second will be to advocate for the opening up of other institutions that are presently closed to input from consumer representatives, or whose processes for such input are too narrow or inaccessible.
Thus by harnessing the collective voice and effectiveness of consumer groups working around the world and across issue sectors, we aim to guarantee that consumers' interests in the information society are adequately represented in regional and global policy fora. The project's ultimate objective is that more consumers around the world, and particularly in the global South, will be able to fully and freely exercise their human rights in the information society through equitable access to information and communications technologies.