FinAncial EducatIon foR Legal economY

Fundamental tools to recognize illegal conducts in the supply of financial services.

About Fairly

FAIRLY will be addressing people with no or little financial background in order to educate them with financial knowledge, and to provide them with the fundamental tools to recognize illegal conducts in the supply of those financial services related to day-to-day and/or working life.

The main objective of FAIRLY is to foster the financial literacy of unemployed people (in particular young people), households and professionals, by giving them the ability to defend themselves from the most widespread illegal practices in the daily finance and economy world, by fostering “anti-fraud skills”.


  • Increase the financial literacy of adults
  • Increase the ability of the target groups to deal with daily or life economic/financial decisions
  • Increase the ability of the target groups to start a business and cope with the related issues
  • Educate to the so-called “legal economy”, above all in the rural and less-developed areas
  • Increase the ability of the target groups to recognize financial “misconducts” to make the right financial or economic choices
  • Develop innovative education practices, with a particular attention to the methodology and the development of educational ICT tools, such as smartphone apps

Target Groups

The main target groups of the project include:

  • Unemployed/NEET
  • Households
  • Professional (mostly freelance) workers

Besides them, a wide range of stakeholders will be involved, such as trainers, financial and banking field and law enforcement representatives, including:

  • Incubators/Accelerators/Business Fostering Organizations
  • VET Centers/Providers
  • Public Bodies and Economic Development Bodies (Regional Development Agencies, Governance levels designing policies)

The FAIRLY project plans to engage a wide range of stakeholders, decision makers and other professionals linked to financial and economic fields, from partners’ direct contact. A stakeholders’ list will be created considering project partners’ networks.

Learning activities

The teaching/learning activities aim at supporting the assessment of methodologies, training material and ICT tools developed within the FAIRLY project. They will allow generating innovation on financial and anti-fraud skills and disseminating FAIRLY results. A learning activity is the most accurate way to test the efficacy of the training material and of the FAIRLY platform. The outcome of the learning activity can give the chance to consolidate the methodology and offer a valid training system for the sustainability of the project.

Intellectual outputs

A total of three intellectual outputs will be developed throughout the project duration:
IO1 → Legal economy training modules: how to take correct financial decisions.
IO2 → FAIRLY training platform and webapp.
IO3 → A Practical Guide for informed and safe choice.

Download the Handbook

Practical guide for informed and safe financial choices

Measuring the impact of Fairly training materials

To measure the impact of Fairly training materials, Faily project partners prepared a short questionnaire, aimed at current and future users of project outputs. The questionnaire is completely anonymous, and the answers will only be used for project-related purposes.

Project partners would appreciate your collaboration on FAIRLY project by answering the questionnaire. The feedback received will help the project consortium to measure the short-term impact of the materials.

Project Partners

The consortium implementing the Fairly project includes the following partners:

Camera di Commercio Italo-Lussemburghese (Luxembourg)
The Camera di Commercio Italo-Lussemburghese (CCIL) is a non-profit association, founded in 1990, which is recognized by the Italian Ministry for Foreign Trade, with the patronage of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs and Trade of the Luxembourg Government and that of the Italian Embassy in Luxembourg.

Coopération Bancaire pour l’Europe – EEIG (Belgium)
Coopération Bancaire pour l’Europe – EEIG is a Brussels-based company founded in 1992 by several European banks wishing to cooperate to take full advantage of European and international opportunities. CBE’s mission is to provide information and consulting services on EU policies and European and international funding programs and public tenders to its associated members and their clients, as well as to assist them in different fields related to the internationalization of businesses, such as participation in public contracts and finding business partners.

DomSpain (Spain)
DomSpain is an adult education organisation specialised in the field of education and training, vocational studies, occupational, social and intercultural skills, languages and new technologies. DomSpain aims to improve the quality of education and adult training, promoting and facilitating the access, of both teachers and learners, to new technologies and innovative teaching tools. They are active on a national and international level and offer a variety of services to the public and private sector, participating actively in international schemes through a well-established network of partners abroad.

Varna Economic Development Agency (Bulgaria)
Varna Economic Development Agency (VEDA) is a non-profit, non-governmental association, registered to operate in public benefit. It is located in the territory of Varna District in Bulgaria, East Europe. The agency was established in 1997 under the joint program of Varna Municipality and USAID to assist the advancement of regional economic development. Since 1998, VEDA is a member of the network of the Bulgarian Association of Regional Development Agencies and Business Centres (BARDA).

Hibis (Norway)
Hibis is a group of consultants established in Oslo in 1998. By sharing our experience and knowledge, we assist with guidance and support those who wish to take a stand against fraud and corruption. Hibis aims at providing advice, resources, and innovative tools to responsibly and sustainably prevent, identify, and resolve instances of fraud and corruption, as well as strengthen integrity and rebuild trust after serious cases of malpractice. The work we do with our clients is supported by various forms of training, workshops, seminars, books, publications, and films, all with the purpose of stimulating this greater awareness and self-reliance.

Centro Italiano Opere Femminili Salesiane – Formazione Professionale Piemonte  (Italy)
The Centro Italiano Opere Femminili Salesiane – Formazione Professionale Piemonte is a non-profit association founded in 1977. Its mission is to take care of young and adult people by offering them vocational training, guidance, and labour services. CIOFS – FP Piemonte counts more than 230 employees, to reach every year about 4500 learners, 12000 guidance beneficiaries and 4000 labour services users. CIOFS – FP Piemonte provides vocational training for young people in compulsory schooling, jobseekers, employed people and recent high-school or university graduates.


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