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Monthly Archives: September 2017

“Grief opens the door to loneliness” – Barry’s story

Barry is one of the stars of our film The Loneliness Project, which has been seen by over 11 million people. In this blog Barry talks about how losing his wife Christine made him want to get involved in the Campaign to End Loneliness.  Grief opens the door to loneliness and I have seen both sides…
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Our new film – The Loneliness Project

Today sees the launch of our new film The Loneliness Project. There are half a million older people in the UK who can go a whole week without seeing anyone. Loneliness is cutting lives short and we’re here to change that. Our new film attempts to show how damaging isolation can be, and how easily…
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New research into the cost-effectiveness of loneliness interventions

By Laura Alcock-Ferguson Since it was founded in 2011, the Campaign to End Loneliness has brought together numerous examples of how organisations and the interventions they make have demonstrably reduced loneliness in older people. We have shared this so that others have been able to develop interventions, and demonstrate how they have reduced loneliness amongst…
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