pfeg’s work is underpinned by both government policy and independent reviews affirming the need for personal finance education. pfeg believes all children and young people should have access to a planned and coherent programme of personal finance education, so that they leave school with the skills and confidence to manage their money well.
There are plenty of ways for you to get involved in the campaign for compulsory financial education:
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- Find out more about the All Party Parliamentary Group on Financial Education for Young People
- Visit our YouTube channel
pfeg produces briefings for MPs and Peers to inform debate and questions in the House of Commons and the House of Lords. Please contact PAPR@y-e.org.uk or 020 7549 1980 for more information or a tailored briefing.
To find out more or to express interest in becoming a supporting organisation, please contact PAPR@y-e.org.uk or 020 7549 1980.