Promising Approaches Revisited - Scotland seminar

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Join the Scotland seminar on our new report, Promising Approaches Revisited: Effective interventions to reducing loneliness in later life.

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The Campaign to End Loneliness is refreshing our seminal report on effective interventions to reducing loneliness in later life.

The new report, Promising Approaches Revisited: Effective action on loneliness in later life, is updating the framework for commissioners, local authorities, health bodies, third sector and other actors interested in reducing loneliness in later life.

This is an opportunity for those active in Scotland to hear more about this framework and some of the promising examples we have seen across the UK.

The speakers will include:

Kate Jopling, Author of the report

Paul Okroj, Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland

Tressa Burke, Glasgow Disability Alliance

Ben Cavanagh, Scottish Government

Eilidh Little, SCVO about the Connecting Scotland initiative

If you are active in Northern Ireland, you are also welcome to join our Northern Ireland seminar on Wednesday 13 January 2021: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/promising-approaches-revisited-northern-ireland-seminar-tickets-122907281989

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The Campaign to End Loneliness believe that people of all ages need connections that matter.

We’ve been experts in the field of loneliness and connection since 2011. We share research, evidence and knowledge with thousands of other organisations and the public to make a difference to everyone who might be at risk of experiencing loneliness.

We inspire everyone to connect and bring communities together across the UK.

We’re hosted by What Works for Wellbeing supported by National Lottery funding through the National Lottery Community Fund, and also funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, The Tudor Trust and donations from the general public.

Together, we can end loneliness. 

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