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Our young co-designers are coming up with cool, new ways you can get involved in Lonely Not Alone in 2020. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter to find out first what they’re planning.
Until our new campaign launches at the end of September you can still get involved:
Get in touch if you’d like to get involved in this year’s campaign.
Email us if you’re a journalist and you’d like to know more.
If your teenager is struggling with social anxiety as lockdown restrictions ease, share this advice with them. 4
We LOVE this @GlasgowWEToday story about @UofGlasgow students using their 'cancelled summer' to beat loneliness: https://t.co/Qu3C1i3T3v Thank you for sharing! #LonelyNotAlone
Great to see everyone working together WITH young people in charge. Don't forget your #yellowsocks! #loneliness #LonelyNotAlone #Yorkshire
We are really excited to be working with young people across the county to create a new campaign tackling #loneliness in North Yorkshire. #LetsTalkLoneliness one conversation at a time. @atnyy @YouthYorkshire @lonelynotalone
Are you 18-25? Are you s stylist, photographer or film maker? Do you want to help tackle #loneliness through a national campaign? Help to develop the @lonelynotalone campaign this year with @EffervescentUK. @RuralArts @atnyy https://t.co/qRn5iHbA7K
A really cool animation from @EndLonelinessUK #loneliness #lonely #Lonelynotalone #psychology What do you do when you feel lonely? Our research shows almost 3/4 of young people try to do something to help. What works for you?
Loneliness is a subjective and emotional response. And we need to better understand its emotional impact on individuals. Our new report #PsychologyOfLoneliness looks at how we can use psychology to help the millions of us who feel lonely: https://t.co/VKQxLMjLIS