Organized by the OECD’s international network for financial education (OECD/INFE), it has once again come together more than 170 countries and economies around the world. In France, this week, financial education (EDUCFI), relayed by the Banque de France, took place from March 21 to 27.
All branches of Finance and Pedagogy were involved and almost a hundred actions were taken in the regions.
A hundred actions taken in the regions
In Brittany Pays-de-Loire, an event, organized by the Banque de France branch in Morbihan on the theme of entrepreneurship and analysis, allows students from the IUT of Vannes to review, in a fun way, accounting and financial ideas seen in class but partially mastered.
In Auvergne-Limousin, students from Corrèze and Puy-de-Dôme followed the intervention on the theme “How to adapt the budgetary approach to people in difficulty?”.
In Occitania, as part of the partnership initiated by Crous, two videoconference workshops brought together students focused on social action from the universities of Montpellier, Nîmes and Perpignan.
Founded in 1957 in Caisses d’Epargne, Finance and Pédagogie is an association that carries out actions to raise awareness and training on the theme of money in life, with all audiences, young people and adults in request of social and economic actors of unity.
Photo caption: Animation organized around the Banque de France game “Aventure entrepreneur” on March 21 at the IUT in Vannes, given by the correspondent of the F&P branch in Bretagne Pays de Loire.