CEO Associate Professor Michelle Lim joins global experts on the WHO Commission on Social Connection Technical Advisory Group

Loneliness and the holidays

A discussion with Associate Professor Michelle Lim

Australia’s first Loneliness Awareness Week (7-13 August)

New online directory to help 5 million Australians experiencing loneliness find connection

Ending Loneliness Together Partners with AIA Australia

Ending Loneliness Together Latest White Paper

Ending Loneliness Together Partners with Medibank

Ending Loneliness Together Partners with Bolton Clarke

Let’s Talk Loneliness and Communities

Let’s End Loneliness Campaign to Address Loneliness in Victoria

Loneliness and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Five Myths About Loneliness Resource

Kindness: A Cure for Loneliness?

A Guide to Measuring Loneliness for Community Organisations

Lockdowns make people lonely. Here are 3 steps we can take now to help each other

Launching the Global Initiative on Loneliness and Connection

Let’s talk about loneliness and heart health: Does loneliness increase our risk of heart disease?

Technology as a Tool to Reduce Loneliness in Older Adults

Ending Loneliness Together joins forces to call for a National Strategy to Address Loneliness

Let’s talk about workplace loneliness: How do you know if you’re lonely at work?

Can People be Medicine for the Lonely?

The lonely worker: Loneliness in the age of remote working

1 in 3 young adults is lonely – and it affects their mental health

Lonely in lockdown? You’re not alone. 1 in 2 Australians feel more lonely since coronavirus

Loneliness is a health issue, and needs targeted solutions

Ending Loneliness Together in Australia White Paper

Join the Movement to End Loneliness Together

It’s hard to admit we’re lonely, even to ourselves. Here are the signs and how to manage them

Social distancing can make you lonely. Here’s how to stay connected when you’re in lockdown