The events encourage young people to be talk about death and bereavement, however, they are not morbid or depressing, but involve hands on activities designed to engage young people in debate. As part of the event, different approaches from around the world
and through time will be discussed, showing the variety of beliefs surrounding death. While death is universal, reactions to it vary vastly. Engaging in conversation builds resilience, and recognises that death, while sad, is a natural part of life.
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Please get in touch with the project team via Aoife Sutton firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.