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Tackling Loneliness Report (2021)

The Department for Culture Media and Sport established the Tackling Loneliness Network to build social connection and tackle loneliness, both during the immediate COVID-19 crisis and longer-term. On 8th May 2021 the Government launched the Policy paper 'Emerging Together: the Tackling Loneliness Network Action Plan'. As a charity motivated to advocate for older people who feel invisible and forgotten within society, we were privileged to have been part of this important task and finish group.
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Jubilee Booklet

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