For many low-income working families, a gap exists between their pay, work-related benefits and support and what they need to achieve family well-being and economic stability. The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened economic challenges and risks for families. The Center for Public Justice, a national Christian policy and civic engagement organization, proposes to develop and test a research model and media strategies that engage people of faith, including low-income families and faith-shaped employers, in informing and advancing work-family supports. Partnering with the Calvin University Center for Social Research (CSR), CPJ will generate research and policy briefs documenting employer and family experiences and attitudes about several family-supportive policies. This locally grounded research will assess and help build support for family-supportive policies among faith-shaped employers and community leaders in West Michigan and nationally.

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Contact: Lindsay Broyhill Ascend at the Aspen Institute  Bold Leaders to Advance Innovative Strategies for Families’ Health and Economic Prosperity  Aspen Institute Launches New Partners and Advisors in Aspen Family Prosperity Innovation Community  Washington, DC – Ascend at the Aspen Institute is proud to announce the new partners and advisors the Aspen Family Prosperity Innovation Community, Ascend’s initiative for breakthrough innovations and collaborations that position families to reach educational …

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BlogJuly 22, 2020