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Financial literacy for you

“Financial literacy for you” (FLY) is a new project that aims to increase the level of financial literacy and to raise the awareness of the consequences of the lack of poor personal financial management. The e-learning course targets three groups: Secondary education students, Higher Education students and Adults. All developed materials will be translated into all partners languages (English, Italian, German, Romanian and Czech).

To find more information about the project please visit its website fly-project.eu.

As part of its financial education programme for schools, in 2012 the Bank of Italy, together with the Ministry of Education, Universities and Research, launched  the series  "The Educational Papers of the Bank of Italy". The text and illustrations take into account the need to explain concepts in a simple and clear way. 

https://www.bancaditalia.it/pubblicazioni/quaderni-didattici/ 

The ‘Fondazione per l’Educazione Finanziaria e al Risparmio’ (Feduf) roughly translates as Organisation for Financial Education and Savings Plans was founded on ABI’s initivative and is a non-profit, legal organisation which seeks to promote financial education as widely as possible to diffuse financial and economical knowledge.

http://www.feduf.it/ 

European Money Week is a joint initiative by European banking associations that aims to raise public awareness on financial literacy and improving financial education for students from elementary and secondary schools. The week consists of a series of events in the participating countries and at a European level. Ultimately, the objective is to improve the level of financial education in Europe.

http://www.europeanmoneyweek.eu/

The Consumer Classroom website aims to promote consumer education and in particular to encourage its teaching in European secondary schools. It is a multilingual pan European website financed by the European Commission. The website’s strength lies in the quality of its teacher resources and its collaborative tools such as the Lesson Builder, Forums and Live Chat. It is suitable for teachers of students aged 12-18 but open to anyone willing to contribute. The website has been developed to make it easy for teachers to learn about consumer topics, create or choose ready-made lessons to teach their students and collaborate online with other teachers and classrooms around Europe.

http://www.consumerclassroom.eu/

 
 
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