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Loneliness inequalities: How Sense is responding

In 2014, Richard Kramer, CEO of Sense, contributed to our Alone in the Crowd report, a collection of essays we brought together to shine a light on the individuals behind the statistics, helping us to better understand who experiences loneliness, and what particular challenges they may face. As we look ahead to the next five…
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How can we combat loneliness and social isolation amongst disabled people?

Elle Thwaites is an AHRC-funded PhD candidate in sociology at the University of Leeds, and has recently been on placement with the Campaign to End Loneliness. In this blog, she explores the risk factors for loneliness among disabled people and what can be done to address it.  Loneliness amongst disabled people Loneliness has received new-found…
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Lessons from lockdown: Loneliness in the time of Covid-19

In this blog, Robin Hewings, Director of the Campaign to End Loneliness, introduces our report on lessons from the experience of tackling loneliness during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.    Loneliness in the time of Covid-19 The Covid-19 lockdown that started in March 2020 brought home the reality of social isolation and loneliness to…
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