Consultation on the Draft Measurement Plan for the National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021-2026
Current status: closed
This consultation took place from July 15 to August 26, 2022.
Following the publication of "Make Change that Counts: National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021–2026" in July 2021, we sought ideas from all ecosystem stakeholders about how to collectively monitor and measure the impact of the Strategy.
This consultation contributed to the publication of Counting Change: A Measurement Plan for the National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021-2026.
About the consultation
The input of all ecosystem stakeholders was sought through an online engagement. A consultation paper entitled “Counting Change: A Draft Measurement Plan for the National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021-2026” was used to present ideas, ask questions, and gather feedback.
We engaged with stakeholders across the country including representatives from community groups, financial services industry, governments and regulators, researchers, and other key players to learn about the measurements they are using. These valuable insights enabled FCAC to identify measures aligned with the Strategy’s priorities and further develop the Measurement Plan. The Measurement Plan guides all ecosystem stakeholders through the basic steps needed to monitor and measure the effectiveness of their financial literacy activities through the lens of the National Strategy.
- Make Change that Counts: National Financial Literacy Strategy 2021–2026
- National Strategy for Financial Literacy — Count me in, Canada
- Implementing the National Strategy for Financial Literacy – Count me in, Canada: Progress report 2015-2019
- Financial Literacy in Canada
The Behavioural Finance Lab
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
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Ottawa, Ontario K1R 1B9
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