Empowering women in sustainable finance through micro learning

High statistically significant difference between men and women in the financial literacy showing women have significantly lower rates of financial literacy than men in Austria, Italy, Portugal, Lithuania, Slovenia, and Romania (OECD international survey of adult financial literacy, 2020, Women are less likely than men to feel confident about financial matters (European Consumer Payment Report, 2020). Gender disparities in financial literacy compound women’s difficulties in securing their financial future and wellbeing (OECD/INFE International survey of adult financial literacy, 2020). Women have particular financial literacy needs than men, because they earn less, save less, and live longer — but are still responsible for the same living expenses men pay.


Main Objective: To increase women skills on sustainable financial literacy

Other objectives:
– To increase the capacity and readiness of training institutions to manage an effective shift towards digital education

– To address the needs of women by offering training to women training providers and delivering pilot sustainable finance microlearning

– To decrease the gender inequality in financial literacy


FH JOANNEUM GESELLSCHAFT mbH; Austria – coordinator

FRAMEWORK Associazione culturale, Italy

DOBA Business School, Slovenia

VŠĮ “Žinių kodas” (Knowledge Code), Lithuania