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Refreshing our call to action on loneliness: Reflections from our collaborative event

What lies ahead for the next five years of loneliness?  On Wednesday 21 June, we brought together a community of passionate individuals and key thinkers to discuss how we can address loneliness in the next five years. The event was chaired by Sarah O’ Grady, Social Affairs Correspondent of the Daily Express, with panellists Noreena…
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The Big Picture: Reflections on our event and a look ahead to our conference

Our co-Founder and Chair of our Programme Advisory Group Paul Cann reviews our recent Loneliness: The Big Picture event, and previews our international loneliness Conference on Thursday 18 November 2021.  Loneliness is often shaped by wider societal forces Last week the Campaign to End Loneliness launched its ‘Big Picture’ conference, Loneliness Beyond Covid-19,  taking place…
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How far have the Government come in the fight to end loneliness?

On the first anniversary of the Government’s loneliness strategy for England, we reflect on how far they’ve come, and what more the Government can do to address loneliness. The first anniversary of the loneliness strategy for England Today marks the first anniversary of the loneliness strategy for England. The Government made many commitments, but one…
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The Scottish Government’s loneliness strategy is a good start

Today sees the release of the Scottish Government’s loneliness strategy. We reflect on what’s in the strategy and how it was developed. What’s in the strategy? Scotland was one of the first countries in the world to announce that it would develop a strategy. The Campaign to End Loneliness, along with British Red Cross, has…
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