This year A Matter of Life & Death focused on the hyperlocal, taking conversations about death, dying and loss into community centres, burial grounds, arts centres and cafes.
Creating spaces with our communities provided support, space, togetherness and understanding for those undergoing the experiences of death, dying, loss and caregiving.
So that together we can move towards a society which talks openly and honestly about death, dying and loss.
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BrumYODO are based in Birmingham and each year during Dying Matters Awareness Week we bring A Matter of Life and Death Festival to our fabulous city supporting conversations about death, dying and bereavement.
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For our A Matter of Life and Death festival this year and to coincide with Dying Matters Awareness Week 2-7 May, we ran a number of free public events in a variety of indoor and outdoor settings across the city and way beyond. All involved a Death Café style...
A Matter of Life & Death 2021
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