Recently, We, the People has come out with a very interesting Civic Action Toolkit which explains the following to the layman in the context of making him a daily citizen. It is an attempt to simplify the steps which equip us with tools to make the system work and how to reclaim our space as citizens :
- Identify the Issue
- Identify the Legal background
- Who are the authorities related to the issue at hand
- Gathering maximum information related to the issue
- How to approach when the laws and rules do not address the problem
- Public Action
- RTI Formats
Click Here for the Civic Action Toolkit
We, the People is a network of organisations and individuals. We facilitate exploration, understanding and action for being active and responsible citizens through events and in-depth training programmes. Our programmes are offered in schools, slums, skyscrapers — anywhere that citizens of this nation live, learn and work.
For more information, please contact:
Rama Shyam +91- 9320191300
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How to prepare and submit a Complaint to a Consumer Forum
Of late, I have appeared before the Consumer Forums in Mumbai on behalf of several consumers.
The procedure is simple, and the decision quite fast.
I have received a few requests to detail the procedure for filing a Complaint.
I am summarizing the procedure: But you can file a complaint before a Consumer Forum, only if you are a consumer.
You cannot not file a Complaint, if the transaction is business related.Read More »
File Consumer Complaint, Consumer court address, Fearless action against corruption
International Consumer Rights Protection Council is a registered NGO that helps and guides grieved consumers to handle their consumer complaint. We do not have branches but connected through the internet to every nook and corner of this world..
The ICRPC website is a detailed one which gives lots of information for the consumer to take up his own case. Click here for the CONTENTS of their website