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Title: Institute on Assets and Social Policy (IASP): A Research Institute of the Heller School

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... s publication Communities Banking View Article November 2011 Compass Financial Stability and Savings Program Pilot Evaluation IASP reports very promising first year results for Compass Working Capital s innovative asset building approach to the federal FSS program Program participation has increased almost 200 with over one third beginning to accrue savings View Report October 2011 Webinar From Bad to Worse Senior Economic Insecurity on the Rise This webinar hosted by the National Council on Aging NCOA explores the findings of IASP s two recent Living Longer on Less briefs Speakers include IASP Research Director Dr Tatjana Meschede lead author as well as Ramsey Alwin Director of NCOA s Economic Security Initiative Listen To Recording View Presentation September 2011 OUP Empowerment Series Homelessness Webcast IASP Research Director Tatjana Meschede was a featured participant in the U S Department of Housing and Urban Development s Office of University Partnerships OUP Empowerment Series The Key to Unlocking Homelessness in America Emerging Trends in HUD Sponsored Research webinar View Presentation Institute on Assets and Social Policy IASP The Institute on Assets and Social Policy is a research institute at the Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University dedicated to promoting a better understanding of how assets and asset building opportunities improve the well being and financial stability of individuals and families left out of the economic mainstream Featured Projects Senior Economic Insecurity The Institute on Assets and Social Policy IASP examines the long term economic stability and risk of senior citizens The Living Longer on Less series released in collaboration with Demos includes Rising Economic Insecurity among Senior Single Women Nearly half 47 of all senior single women in America do not have adequate retirement resources to meet even their most basic needs for the remainder of their lives and this number is rising This distressing statistic is among the findings from a report released today by IASP and Demos the latest in the Living Longer on Less series Report The Crisis of Economic Insecurity for African American and Latino Seniors September 2011 New research from IASP and Demos reveals crisis levels of economic insecurity among current African American and Latino seniors 52 of African American and 56 of Latino seniors do not have adequate retirement resources to meet their basic needs throughout their expected life spans Driven by extremely low levels of asset wealth and high housing costs most seniors of color are struggling financially during their elder years Report From Bad to Worse Senior Economic Insecurity on the Rise July 2011 The first in a series of four research briefs this report shows a troublesome trend of increased economic insecurity among senior households in just four years 2004 2008 Economic insecurity among seniors increased by one third from 27 to 36 Report Severe Financial Insecurity Among African American and Latino Seniors May 2010 IASP and Demos release research finding that 91 of both African American and Latino seniors face financial vulnerability Report cites lack of assets and housing expenses...

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