Éducation financière

Financial education in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) - Events


This page provides information about the events organised within the framework of the OECD-Russia Technical Assistance Project on Financial Education in the CIS to strengthen financial literacy and promote the financial well-being of citizens in the region.

Meeting minutes, slides and other information shared in the framework of the events are available for the CIS partners on the CIS Community workspace.


Forthcoming events

Peer Learning event on 4 June 2021, from 10:00 – 12:30 CET co-hosted by the Central Bank of Armenia

The event will focus on the evaluation of financial education programmes in schools. Experts from the Central Bank of Armenia will make leading presentations on the pilot project on implementing financial education in schools, the assessment of the training of teachers programme, evaluation of schoolchildren financial literacy.  The agenda is complemented with  contributions of experts from Russian Federation.

September 2021, peer learning activity addressing financial education for migrants

Previous events

5 March 2021, discussion meeting on the draft terms of reference of the CIS network on financial education

12 February 2021, small peer learning event for Uzbekistan on the design and development of a strategy for financial education in schools.

15-16 December 2020, 2020 High-level Event on Financial Education in the Commonowealth of Independent States

This high-level event is organised as part of OECD Technical Assistance Project on Financial Education in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Phase II, with the financial support of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.  This two-day meeting, held on-line, will bring together officials from the CIS countries, alongside OECD/INFE and international experts and researchers in the field of financial education.  The event will give the opportunity to share experiences on improving financial literacy and financial resilience in the region in a COVID-19 pandemic more than ever required and necessary. The CIS-INFE Financial literacy regional network will be launched: the goal is to contribute to a longevity and continuity of the mutually beneficial exchanges. Read more

6 November 2020, peer learning activity on how to effectively deliver digital content of financial education: lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic

12 October 2020, peer learning activity. How to create financial literacy centres

29 May 2020, Virtual discussion on the implications of the COVID-19 crisis on financial education and consumer protection policies in the CIS

Agenda EN | RU

Supporting the financial resilience of citizens throughout the COVID-19 crisis EN | RU

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2019 High-level Event on Financial Education in the CIS

9-10 December 2019, Moscow, Russia

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OECD and the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic Conference and Workshops

27-28 August 2018 | Issyk Kul, Kyrgyz Republic

The OECD and the National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic, with the support of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, brought together Kyrgyz stakeholders and international partners for a National Conference and Workshops on Financial Education in Schools and for Youth.

The conference gathered participants from Kyrgyz public institutions – Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, Deposit Protection Agency, State Financial Supervision Body, State Agency for Youth, among others. Key nongovernment partners also attended, such as the Union of Banks, the Microfinance Organisation, and the Development Policy Institute.

International donors and development organisations including the IFC, GIZ, the German Savings Fund (Sparkasse), joined to bring their knowledge of the Kyrgyz Republic and lessons learned from their long-term presence in the region.

Invited speakers from the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, the Central Bank of Azerbaijan, and the Ministry of Education of Azerbaijan also participated in the event to share their countries’ experience in implementing financial education for youth, and hear more about the challenges faced and solutions found within the Kyrgyz Republic.

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