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European Money Week

 

European Money Week 2018

 
The Liechtenstein Bankers Association and its member banks, together with the Hand in Hand Establishment counselling service, are participating in European Money Week and helping children and young people improve their approach to money.
 
Studies show: Every fifth young person between the ages of 12 and 18 is in debt. Among young adults between the ages of 18 and 24, the ratio rises to one in three. To counter the indebtedness of young people (and adults), early prevention is of the utmost importance. Conveying basic financial knowledge to young people promotes a responsible approach to money and helps avoid debt.
 
The next European Money Week is scheduled for the week of 12-18 March 2018.
 
Twitter: @EUMoneyWeek
Facebook: /EuropeanMoneyWeek
 
 
Programm "European Money Week"
 
Datum
Target Group / School Level
Initiative
Description
13.03.2018
Lower secondary
(14 - 18)
Financial skills
Debt prevention and budgeting
At four stations, experts of the Liechtenstein Bankers Association, its member banks, the Hand in Hand Establishment counselling service, and Caritas Liechtenstein convey plenty of useful knowledge about: budgeting, debt traps, account types, payment transactions, and financing options.
14.03.2018
Kindergarten / Primary
(5 - 8)
“Money for sale!“ Story for children and their parents
"Money for sale!“ Story for children and their parents. The narrative deals with the themes of money, consumption and values ​​and brings them closer to the children playfully.
23.03.2018 
Lower secondary
(13 - 15)
European Money Quiz Liechtenstein finals
The European Money Quiz takes place for a first time in 2018 as a European-wide competition to improve the financial literacy of children at the age of 13 to 15 years old. The quiz is expected to attract thousands of kids in 30 European countries.
 
 

What is European Money Week?

 
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.
 
 

More information

 

For further Information please contact:

Guntli Claudia
Personalentwicklung / -strategie
+423 239 90 57
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