COFACE new Compendium on Financial Inclusion advocates for a financial system at the service of Europe’s citizens

The Confederation of Family Organisations in the European Union (COFACE) has launched today the "Compendium on Financial Inclusion", a publication compiling good practices from seven civil society organisations, providing independent advice, social loans and advocating for a financial system at the service of Europe's citizens.

In the Compendium on Financial Inclusion, available in English, French and Spanish, COFACE gathers good practices from seven member organisations covering many topics such as budgetary education and awareness raising campaigns, debt mediation initiatives, and courses to raise the low level of financial capability. The publication also showcases social innovations such as social mortgage credits that make financial services fair, accessible and affordable to vulnerable families.

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