Marseille, France – July 5, 2023 – The city of Marseille set the stage for the Closing Meeting of the FLY Project (Financial Literacy for Inclusion). Bringing together partners from across Europe, the event marked the fruitful implementation of the project’s transformative journey towards enhancing financial literacy among low-skilled adults. The meeting served as a platform to discuss the positive status of the project, through the key milestones achieved, and the final steps required to successfully conclude it.
FLY, a co-funded initiative by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission, united a consortium of eight partners from five different countries (Belgium, France, Italy, Spain and Turkey).
During the Closing Meeting, hosted by the project coordinator, the consortium delved into a thorough exploration of the remarkable results and outcomes achieved by the project. The discussions revolved around key highlights, focusing on the invaluable findings and insights obtained through an extensive analysis of the project’s platform.
In this regard, a video demo was presented on how to use the platform and the project deliverables – freely and publicly available on YouTube at the link: https://youtu.be/HE1j8TtM-74
The meeting then continued with the discussion of the upcoming project’s tasks and specifically partners coordinated on the finalisation of the last project results (PR4) with the finalisation of the Report on Ethical and Sustainable Finance.
Alongside this last project deliverable, the consortium dedicated substantial attention to discussing the final horizontal activities essential for ensuring the continued success of the project. This included deliberations on organising Multiplier Events and implementing strategies for effectively sharing and promoting the project, as well as upholding the highest standards of quality throughout the implementation process.
The attendees actively participated in the discussions, sharing valuable insights, and ensuring a collaborative environment conducive to the successful completion of the project.
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