Global Money Week aims for better money sense

OECD event aimed at boosting financial literacy receives attention in central and eastern Europe


Global Money Week 2024, a series of events aimed at helping children and young people to “learn, save and earn”, focused on financial risk awareness this year.

Global Money Week is a financial education and inclusion drive organised by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Central banks around the world take part.

This year’s motto was “protect your money, secure your future”, alluding to the need to adopt a responsible approach to personal finances and avoid financial

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