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Connect for a kinder tomorrow: new approaches to loneliness

Author(s)

KENNEDY Seema, REEVES Rachel

Publisher(s):

Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness

Publication year:

2017

This report, from the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness, argues that loneliness is everybody’s business and calls for every individual to make better connections in order to tackle the problem. It provides suggestions for individuals, voluntary and community groups, employers, local and central government on what they can do to tackle loneliness on a day to day basis. It also makes reference to examples of good practice throughout. In order to build a less lonely nation, it recommends people to adopt a ‘five a day’ rule and have a minimum of five conversations each day and take a ‘Connect 4’ approach, where individuals have four meaningful relationships they can count on. (Edited publisher abstract)


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