Consumer Co-operatives Worldwide (CCW)
1969, as ICA Consumer Committee -- Comité des consommateurs de l'ACI, also referred to as ICA Committee for Consumer Co-operatives -- Comité de l'ACI pour les coopératives des consommateurs. Subsequently referred to as International Consumer Co-operatives Organization. Title again changed, Aug 1999, to International Cooperatives Consumer Organization (ICCO), when merged with U-XE3892 - International Organization for Consumer Cooperative Distributive Trade (INTER-COOP). Later known as Consumer Cooperative International (CCI). A specialized body of A-XA1710 - International Co-operative Alliance (ICA). Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Initiate discussion on the crucial problems of cooperative consumer policy; communicate information to ICA members and to organizations outside the cooperative movement; advise on consumer matters to new consumer cooperatives; cooperate with other ICA specialized bodies; represent cooperative consumer interests to other international organizations within or outside the cooperative movement; collaborate with governmental and nongovernmental agencies for consumer affairs; provide information on matters of interest to consumers, such as consumer protection, through the press and other media.
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