Love, Grief, and Hope: Emotional responses to death and dying in the UK
Madeleine Pennington and Nathan Mladin’s report examining emotional responses to death and dying in the UK. 27/11/2023
This year Theos delighted to be partnering with Greenbelt festival and running a number of events.
Join Theos at this year’s Greenbelt festival, where our project exploring attitudes to death and dying will see us host a panel conversation including author and former palliative care doctor, Dr Kathryn Mannix, and partnering with creative artist Annie Nicholson on an innovative and different way of talking about death – through dance.
Theos Director, Chine McDonald will also be in conversation with Andrew Copson, CEO of Humanists UK, about the future of religion.
And Elizabeth Oldfield will be recording a live episode of The Sacred with Cole Arthur Riley.
For more information on all these events and more, click here.
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