After attending many conferences, seminars, workshops, and classes about death and dying, the organizers of Une Bonne Mort identified an absence of conversations about access, systematically oppressed and/or marginalized humans, and embodied access to autonomy, and community.
We hope that conference attendees will include medical & non-medical professionals, human resources managers, hospice homeowners, neighbors, students, and other caregivers. May we learn together and help increase access to care.
One conference doesn't increase access – continued work, advocacy, and education does. We will have 500 individuals who want to make a change, all in one space, and together we possess the ability to directly impact the way people in our community die. When we are all working together, we can make meaningful changes.