Our publications and reports on loneliness research, policy and practice.
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This report explores the extent of loneliness at work in the UK and whether different groups are impacted differently.
This guidance offers information and advice on choosing and using a scale to measure the impact of your services on loneliness in older age.
Our practical guide and report provides guidance on how to find the loneliest in our communities.
How can we can use approaches from psychology to help us address how loneliness affects how people think and feel? This report also recommends how we can provide better support for those feeling lonely.
Researchers from the London School of Economics were commissioned to carry out research review about the cost-effectiveness of loneliness interventions.
How are communities are responding to loneliness during the pandemic, and what challenges and opportunities lie ahead? A report from an event held with the Local Trust on loneliness during Covid-19.
Our Promising Approaches Framework presents a Framework approach to reducing loneliness to help local councils, commissioning bodies and service providers explore the best way forward to invest in, and run, loneliness interventions.
Lessons from Lockdown sets out what we heard from charities and organisation which supported people during Covid-19. It offers practical guidance, hints and tips for organisations and individuals working to tackle loneliness and social isolation.
Tackling loneliness through the built environment was published in October 2022 and sets out why the built environment matters for loneliness, what features make a difference to our experience and how this can be achieved.
An overview of learning shared by some of the UK’s leading charities on how to support people who have been bereaved during the pandemic.
This report presents a significant analysis of the factors that made some people more likely to experience chronic loneliness during the pandemic.
This report summarises our learning on supporting people to remain connected during the pandemic.
This research was carried out on behalf of the Greater London Authority to find out what are the factors that make some Londoners more lonely than others.