18 Nov 2022 - 19 Nov 2022
This project will identify key dangers and costs of loneliness in Europe and point essential liberal solutions.
More and more Europeans feel lonely and socially isolated. In many EU-countries the political class overlooks loneliness and doesn’t imply any preventive or adaptation measures, regardless of its devastating social and economic consequences. This project will identify key dangers and costs of loneliness in Europe and point essential liberal solutions.
During a workshop in Warsaw, authors of the publication “Lonely European” and other experts will meet to discuss the biggest challenges of loneliness in Europe and the final structure and the content of the book.
18 November 2022
Miłosz Hodun, Projekt: Polska & European Liberal Forum
19:00 Welcome Dinner
09:30 Introduction to the programme
Michał Tęcza, Projekt: Polska
10:00 Presentation of the publication & discussion about the articles
Miłosz Hodun, Projekt: Polska
11:00 Coffee break
11:00 Loneliness in Europe. Workshop
Michał Sawicki, trainer
14:30 Lonely in the city. Urban services for the lonely
Karolina Zdrodowska, Deputy Mayor of Warsaw
16:00 Loneliness of vulnerable groups
Mirka Makuchowska, Campaign Against Homophobia (TBC)
17:30 Civic answers to loneliness
Mikołaj Rykowski, Dobre Miejsce Foudation
19 November 2022
Video recordings for the promo clips
Departure of participants