No work, no worth?

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People who are unemployed can be made to feel worthless, stigmatised, unwanted and lonely.  Tracey Robbins discusses how we can seek to understand the loss of identity and loneliness  people can feel as a result of being unemployed, and reset the way we work together as a community to help people find a way out of loneliness and possibly, find work too.

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