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Wednesday 20th January 2016, 10.00 – 17.30, 

City Hall, Cardiff, Wales

The Campaign to End Loneliness is delighted to announce The 2nd Annual Learning Network Conference, held in partnership with Ageing Well in Wales.

Register here

Join 150+ other people throughout the UK who are working to address loneliness in older age to discuss brand new research and good practice, and learn how to better identify and measure loneliness. The conference is a nationwide meeting that is designed to celebrate the work of our Learning Network, as well as be an opportunity for members to rejuvenate and reconnect with what else is going on across the UK.

Participants will have the opportunity to hear expert keynotes and to participate in interactive workshops. Agenda highlights include:

A Keynote Presentation from Professor Vanessa Burholt, Professor of Gerontology in the College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University

An Interactive table-discussion session on “Promising approaches to reducing loneliness and isolation in Wales” with presentations from Let’s End Going Home Alone, Community Transport Association Wales, Men’s Sheds Cymru, Spice Innovations and Gwanwyn Festival

Plus Workshops on:

  • “Promising approaches to addressing loneliness in Europe”
  • “Measuring the impact of services on loneliness”
  • “Identifying older people experiencing, or at risk of, loneliness”
  • “Addressing loneliness in rural areas”
  • “Using technology to reduce loneliness”
  • “Social Finance and Social Impact Bonds”

For more information on our organization, please visit http://www.campaigntoendloneliness.org/

View film highlights from our inaugural conference last year at
http://www.campaigntoendloneliness.org/learning-network-conference/

Bursaries:

We have a small number of travel & attendee bursaries available for:

  • Retired or senior attendees with limited funding
  • Delegates attending from outside the UK (within Europe)

To apply for a bursary, please email Dr. Kellie Payne at kellie@campaigntoendloneliness.org.uk

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