National Strategy of Financial Education - Czech Experience. India-OECD-World Bank Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund Dissemination Conference 4-5 March 2013, New Delhi. How the topic started in the Czech Republic.
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India-OECD-World Bank Financial Literacy and Education Trust Fund Dissemination Conference
4-5 March 2013, New Delhi
„Financial literacy is a set of knowledge, skills, and values of a citizen necessary for ensuring his/her own financial security and the financial security of his/her family within the present society, and for his/her active involvement in the market of financial products and services.
A financially literate citizen is acquainted with the issues of money and prices, and is able to manage his/her personal and/or family budget responsibly, including the management of financial assets and liabilitiesin consideration of changing life situations.“
According to the survey of FED Cleveland: „Consumer enthusiasm for
learning about finance is limited. When a free online financial-literacy
course was offered to struggling credit-card borrowers, only 0.4%
loggedon to the website and just0.03% completed the course.“
Approved National Strategy of Financial Education (also if approved by the Government) is a start and the whole work is in front of you
Consumer protection department