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Contributions from symposium participants and other information about isolation and social connectedness

Coming Together to Advance Social Justice

Rachel Miletti Law Student, McGill University   Today is World Day of Social Justice, a moment for us to celebrate and re-solidify ...
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Sauvé Forum Series Event Celebrates the Power of Women to Effect Social Change

Kim Samuel, Professor of Practice, Institute for the Study of International Development, McGill University On February 8th, the Jeanne Sauvé Forum ...
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Conflict and Connectedness in the Middle East

Inspired by the words of the late Israeli leader Yitzhak Rabin, who said, "Peace requires a world of new concepts, ...
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How to Build Social Connectedness? Get Creative

  We are pleased to share Kim Samuel’s latest article in the Huffington Post, "How to Build Social Connectedness? Get Creative." In ...
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A Warning from the Past: What the MS St Louis Tells Us about Today’s Refugee Crisis

MS St Louis in Havana As we grapple with the moral and policy questions swirling amidst the recent travel ban imposed ...
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“Where Is the Love? Building Belonging in an Age of Divisiveness”

We are pleased to share Kim Samuel’s latest article in the Huffington Post, “Where Is the Love? Building Belonging in ...
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Strengthening Leadership: Building Connectedness for Vulnerable Children

Photo by Synergos Institute In South Africa, many children are living impoverished lives, in socially isolated situations - a direct result ...
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LinkAges: Combating Loneliness with Usefulness for California Seniors

Among the most overlooked members of our societies that consistently experience social isolation are our elders. In California, 43% of seniors ...
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A Message of Appreciation

From the team at SocialConnectedness.org, we thank you for a wonderful year of understanding and action toward building more connected ...
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