Have you ever considered how we might deal with our bodies after death in a way that helps the living and the earth?
We are pleased to announce our first event of 2016, where Dr Sophie Churchill FRSA will join us in exploring some of the practical implications of human mortality. Sophie is a Fellow of the RSA and founder of the Corpse Project, which has been set up to ask how we might deal with our bodies after death in a way which helps the living and the earth.
Throughout the year we will be designing a series of events in which participants will be able to collaborate and learn alongside people doing interesting things in interesting ways in public service.
Each session will involve an invited guest who will help lead and provide a focus for the session, but, in keeping with the network’s ethos, they will not be conventional speaker sessions with a bit of Q&A. The events will be designed to provide lots of opportunity for all to participate, learn actively and offer their creative insight to the guest.
This event is free to attend but please book your place at the top of this page so we know you will be joining us. Tea & coffee available on arrival.
If you have any questions, please contact the network lead, Steve Trevillion FRSA: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Garrett Anderson Room, The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith St, London SW1P 3BU
Can't attend, but would like to hear more from us? You can sign up to the mailing list for this network by emailing email@example.com .We will send you notifications about news or other upcoming events.