March 15 International & National, World consumer rights day ,world customer rights day) 2020 : consumer protection day WCRD 2020 date, Significance, History and Celebrations (Consumer International)
world consumer rights day 2020 , In 1962, on March 15, the then US President John F. Kennedy addressed the US Congress about four basic consumer rights, later called the Consumer Rights Bill. He was the first world leader to address consumer rights. There are four basic consumer rights:
- right to protection
- right to information
- the right to choose, and
- Right to be heard.
|World Consumer Rights Day 2020: Overview|
|day name (event)||World Consumer Rights Day (WCRD)|
|Hindi meaning of the||world customer rights day|
|Organization Name||Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA)|
|first world consumer rights day||15 March 1962|
|seen on||March 15|
|Importance||Raising global awareness of consumer rights and needs|
|Viewed by||India, all over the world|
|National Consumer Day in India||24 December|
|pie day 2020 date||March 15, 2020|
|Pi Day 2021 Date||15 March 2021|
History of Consumer Rights Day: World Consumer Rights Day was inspired by President John F. Kennedy, who sent a special message to the US Congress on March 15, 1962, in which he formally addressed the issue of consumer rights. He was the first world leader to do so. The consumer movement first marked that date in 1983 and now uses the day every year to take action on important issues and campaigns.
International Consumer Rights Day: Significance
importance consumer rights day, World Consumer Day aims to highlight that the rights of all consumers are respected and protected and to protest market abuse and social injustice that undermine those rights.
Frequently asked questions:
question 1: When is World Consumer Day celebrated?,
answer: World Consumer Day is celebrated on 15 March.
Question 2: What is the significance of celebrating 15 March as World Consumer Day? ,
answer: The day is celebrated with the aim of raising awareness about the basic rights of consumers. The participants of the occasion demand that the basic rights of consumers should be respected and protected.