💶The Erasmus+ FINMAN project aims to promote financial literacy among low-income individuals, women, young people, less educated, older adults and other disadvantaged groups. In order to understand the current needs and gaps of society in regards to financial literacy, the consortium organised focus group discussions in all partner countries.
👉 Emphasys Centre held three online sessions, one with five financial experts and two with people that have low financial skills. During these focus groups, people expressed their views and knowledge on different topics related to finance such as taxation, online banking, personal budgeting and pensions. It was encouraging that they had shown an interest in this Erasmus+ project and agreed on the need for improvement of society’s financial literacy skills.
👏 We would like to thank everyone who participated in the focus groups and shared with us their useful opinion! Their input resulted to really fruitful discussions and outcomes which will help us with our next activities!
👉 Stay tuned for FINMAN’s upcoming activities!