Financial literacy

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Report

Helping households in debt

Much like Australia, household debt is increasing in the United Kingdom. This report examines how the financial impacts of COVID-19 may affect people in different demographic groups and regions, and explores experiences of debt and household finance before and during the pandemic.
Report

Financial knowledge of New Zealanders

Recognising the importance of measuring financial knowledge as a building block of financial capability, this report analyses New Zealand’s results by age, gender, ethnicity, education, employment status and personal income to identify areas of need and opportunity when targeting delivery of financial education.
Working paper

Female autonomy in household decision-making and intimate partner violence: evidence from Pakistan

The aim of this study is to explore the links between female autonomy in household decision-making and intimate partner violence in a highly relevant, yet under-studied context - Pakistan.
Report

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians and the superannuation system

This report offers some important insights to improve understanding of the financial security that the current retirement system offers to Indigenous Australians and their families.
Working paper

Economic dignity and financial capabilities: connecting principles and concepts

Australians are living in increasingly financialised times. Their financial choices are often constrained by their economic, social and political context. This paper develops the concept of economic dignity as a guiding principle to develop a fuller understanding of financial capability that recognises those contexts.
Report

Economic security and dignity: a financial wellbeing framework

This paper proposes a financial wellbeing framework that recognises the drivers, impacts and experience of economic insecurity, and is based on the concept of economic dignity.
Fact sheet

Indigenous financial impacts and risks and COVID-19: CSI and First Nations Foundation response

The Centre for Social Impact and First Nations Foundation policy response to the COVID-19 Disease is based on three key strategies: caring for communities, access to appropriate services, and targeting high-cost lending and misleading advice.
Report

Creating effective partnerships to support financial inclusion

Technology can unlock further, much-needed support for people in the community who are struggling to get by, but it needs to be targetted in the right place. Nesta believes that partnerships can be part of the solution to support those financially excluded in UK society.
Report

The countervailing power: review of the coordination and funding for financial counselling services across Australia

This review report notes the benefits of financial counselling to the community, including early intervention and prevention of further financial hardship, advocacy support, and referral to other services for complex issues. It also highlights the challenges faced by the financial counselling sector.
Report

Indigenous super summit 2019: report

Against the background of last year’s Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and the Financial Services Industry, the third Indigenous Super Summit provided a timely opportunity for the industry to come together to examine progress to date on lifting standards of superannuation service...