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The FINLIT project coordinator FRSI organised a webinar on inheritence as part of its financial education project called „About finance ... in the library” on December 16, 2019. The topic enjoyed great interest among adult participants of educational meetings held in libraries throughout Poland.
Members of project FINLIT team from Bulgaria, Romania and Slovenia were invited to watch and participate in the webinar in order to learn the functionality of distance educational tool. Similar webinars are also planned as part of the educational program in FINLIT project.
A webinar entitled „Inheritance for the initiated” was conducted by an expert, Mrs. Katarzyna Jaszczuk, the author of inheritance materials as part of the 6th edition of the „About finances ... in the library” project.
The webinar reccord is available in Polish here:
A new group of students received their diplomas on December 17, 2019. Overall, the number of people that attended the accounting classes in our library this year is 35.
We also took the opportunity to present the ‘Financial Literacy through Public Libraries’ Project: today graduates’ parents and grandparents (aged 55+) will be our future students in this challenging project!
This November the Regional Library “Lyuben Karavelov” in Rousse, Bulgaria, hosted more than 200 children and their teachers, guests and visitors who came to see the unique Financial Literacy Theater performance “Money Carousel”. The library’s involvement in the event is another step in its policy to support activities related to the development of better financial literacy of the Bulgarian citizens.
The play is part of the financial literacy program “Money and Other Important Things”, developed and implemented by the Financial Literacy Initiative Foundation. It is an innovative educational approach based on the concept of learning through drama. The “Money Carousel” was presented by the students of Vratza school “Kozma Trichkov” as part of the national tour.
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