Campaign to end loneliness

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Monthly Archives: August 2014

Reduce loneliness with technology, teaching and therapy

Here at the Campaign we try to keep up to date with the latest research into loneliness and the ways in which we can use it to help to tackle the issue. Once we have digested it all, we write it up into quarterly Research Bulletin which is designed to make it more useful to…
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Loneliness in the North West – a summit for action

Last month the Campaign team travelled to Manchester, to host the second in our series of regional summits. Our aim was to gather together a room full of the people who are in the best position to help get things happening around loneliness – this time in the Noth West of England. During the course…
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Technology: will it ever be a ‘fix’ for loneliness?

We’ve probably all seen a newspaper headline arguing that technology is a cause of loneliness (“Loneliness in Britain is the legacy of social media and our high tech lives”) or an easy cure (“Give pensioners iPads to stop them feeling lonely, ministers indicate”). But life, and technology, is never that simple: even whilst typing this…
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