CIS Project Peer Learning


Phase II of the OECD/INFE Technical Assistance Project on Financial Education in the CIS includes a peer learning initiative aimed at creating a network where partner countries can share their experiences in building national strategies for financial education, discuss lessons learned and challenges overcome, and plan next steps. Peer learning activities will address financial education topics in general and more specific issues. Examples include: financial education in school curricula and extra-curricular work; experience in content preparation; digital dissemination of information; and, monitoring, evaluation and KPIs, as well as other topics of interest to policy makers.

The peer learning activities started in 2020 and provide an opportunity for knowledge sharing between institutions in the different partner countries participating in the project in a creative and encouraging format. It also facilitates the sharing of success stories that may be replicated across countries. Topics will be selected based on the most pressing challenges faced by policy makers in the region.

On a regular basis (quarterly), new peer learning activities will be organised in collaboration with the partner countries based on their needs and priorities. The peer learning activities are tailor made to respond to the needs of one specific countries or designed to respond to the overall needs of the CIS partner countries. The events are open to all partner countries and their stakeholders.

Information concerning forthcoming peer learning activities and previous peer learning activities is available on the CIS Community workspace.



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