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Natural death advocates passing-on knowledge in Melbourne

The Natural Death Advocacy Network (NDAN) will host their ‘Passing on’ event this Saturday the 21st of October.

Describing the landscape of dying and death care in Australia as evolving rapidly, Passing on is NDAN's professional development symposium for those working to support their communities and those new to the lively world of dying and death care. 

Disposal options: Natural burial, shrouded cremation, and the law

LIBBY MOLONEY – Holistic Funeral Director, Founder, Managing Director and co-owner of Natural Grace, Natural Grace

The expanding role of funeral celebrants

SALLY CANT – CEO, Death Care Advocate, Author and Trainer, The Celebrants Training College

Shifting our focus on dying and death in the community

HELEN CALLANAN – Death Doula, Founder and Educator, Preparing the Way

Medicalised death and impending changes to Victorian law

COURTNEY HEMPTON – Bioethicist and PhD Candidate, Monash Bioethics Centre

Creative and innovative offerings for dying, death and bereavement

DR PIA INTERLANDI – Designer, Death Practitioner and Lecturer, Garments for the Grave, RMIT University

When: Saturday 21 October 11am – 5pm

Where: Trinity Hall (Melbourne Centre for Mindfulness) 16 Trinity Place, East Melbourne, Victoria, 3002

For more information and to register: Register on Eventbrite or email

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