This international webinar on 20 July is an opportunity to hear more from countries around the world about the lessons learnt from their experience in tackling loneliness during a pandemic. The event is organised by the Campaign to End Loneliness with support from the Global Initiative on Loneliness and Connection and is the inaugural event… Read more »
Covid-19 has both led to more people being bereaved as well as massively disrupting the normal ways in which we grieve and are supported. Bereavement has been an important issue for us throughout the pandemic with a research and policy hub, podcast, a dedicated session in our Loneliness in Covid series and now a report… Read more »
How do we tackle loneliness after Covid-19? Photo competition To coincide with the publication of the paperback version of Noreen Hertz’s book The Lonely Century, we are launching a photo competition to find pictures which illustrate all the work that is being done to tackle loneliness. We are looking for pictures which encapsulate things that… Read more »
Conversations to Connect Conversations to Connect is a new podcast on loneliness which has been created and produced by Fenella Hakwsley-Walker. We were thrilled to be asked by our volunteer Fenella to collaborate with her on this podcast series – each month it will focus on different aspects of loneliness and connection and we are… Read more »
Tackling loneliness through the built environment Read More ... New analysis from Campaign to End Loneliness reveals people are more chronically lonely NOW than before Covid-19 Read More ... New analysis of ONS statistics on loneliness Read More ...
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