World Savings Day, Savings give life a lift by James Pieper, Senior Communications Adviser, WSBI-ESBG
Panel 2: Standards and evaluation in the digital eraEvaluation of programmes
remains a challenge; however, it is desirable to improve in this field to
ensure quality programmes and impact. In this respect, are current standards
and evaluation methods fit to take into account the digital dimension? The outline is that financial education should
continue to evolve along with trends, such as digitisation, in order to ensure
that handled topics, learning methods and evaluation tools are up to date. Against
this background, sharing financial education initiatives and experiences prove
to be crucial in order to enable policy coherence and standardized approaches
in the evaluation of the programmes. Is there enough research?
Panel 3: Joint WSBI-ESBG and Parents International Initiative - Presentation of "Set of Financial Literacy Skills"Presentation of the set of Financial Literacy Skills jointly developed by WSBI-ESBG experts and Parents International experts. This panel discussion with the experts, both from WSBI- ESBG and Parents International will encompass a presentation of the initiative, including the rationale for it in today's context, the main questions that needed to be answered and the role of the industry and WSBI-ESBG members.
Closing Remarks by Dr Wilhelm Kraetschmer, Chair of WSBI-ESBG Corporate Social Responsibility – Sustainable Development Committee