Ethica - The Ethical Finance Game

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Ethica Board Game

An educational and role play game for ages 15-19 which explores the social and environmental impacts of personal banking, investments and businesses.

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Overview

Ethica is an educational board and role play game that explores the social and environmental impact of banking, investments and business. It also helps individuals make more responsible and ethical decisions when managing their own money. Ethica challenges students to consider the tension between profit and social and environmental responsibility.

Ethica can be played with a group of 6 (minimum) to 27 players.

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Suitability
Minimum age: 
15 years
Maximum age: 
19 years
Special education needs: 

Suitable for those with medium learning difficulties.  The game can be played in groups with opportunities for the less able to participate effectively.

Gifted and talented: 

The guide offers extension activities which focus on researching actual banks and their investment policies.  The resource offers opportunities for advancement as both the rules of the game and the underpinning concepts will be quite challenging to master.

Planning frameworks
Shown below is how this resource maps against the PFEG Financial Education Planning Frameworks.
Comments & reviews
Quality Mark assessors comments: 

This game is an interesting and inventive way of developing pupils' awareness of the effect of financial decisions, made by themselves and others, on the global economy.  Ethica is a well thought out and stimulating role play/board game that will challenge students to consider the tension between profit and social and environmental responsibility and how they can do the right thing with their money. In its complexity it will stretch older able students.

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