Promotion of E-learning/E-consumer web platform

The project activities in upcoming period will be focused on the promotion of the unique and the first of its kind Internet platform dedicated to E-consumer rights in Serbia. The platform was developed as part of project activities and will be soon available online.

In addition to educational content, the Internet platform will have a quiz with questions about the rights, safety, procedures for complaints when buying online. Anyone who correctly answer questions, receive a certificate of acquired knowledge.

Promotion of web platform will be organized in 15 places throughout Serbia in cooperation with the Ministry of Trade, Tourism and Telecommunications (Department of Consumer Protection), associations for consumer rights and the Regional Development Agencies under the following schedule (April, May and June 2016):

Novi Sad26.4.
Subotica27.4.
Nis10.5.
Kragujevac12.5.
Jagodina13.5.
Zrenjanin17.5.
Sremska Mitrovica19.5.
Pozarevac20.5.
Uzice24.5.
Cacak 25.5.
Valjevo31.5.
Zajecar 2.6.
Novi Pazar7.6.
Krusevac9.6.
Beograd14.6.
 

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