PRIDE in Death – A Chat with Strangers
Death and dying aren’t often talked about, but they touch us all. Following a two successful LGBTQIA+ Death Cafe LGBT Ireland, Irish Hospice Foundation and All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care wish to invite you to again have a Chat with Strangers so you can start thinking ahead and reflect on what death, dying and loss means to you. This project is supported by the LGBTI+ Community Services Fund 2023
Date: Tuesday, 12th December
Time: 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Venue: Outhouse LGBTQ+ Centre, 105 Capel St, Rotunda, Dublin 1
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Pride in Death
Death and dying aren’t often talked about, but they touch us all. Following a successful LGBTQIA+ Death Cafe held during Palliative Care Week 2022, LGBT Ireland, Irish Hospice Foundation and All Ireland Institute of Hospice and Palliative Care held a ‘Chat with Strangers’ to kickstart thinking ahead and reflecting on what death, dying and loss means to us.
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