On the third of November this year, we at Death Ed, in partnership with the Mexican Cultural Association in Skåne (Mexikanska Kulturföreningen i Skåne), celebrated ‘Día de Muertos’ or ‘Day … Continue Reading What does it mean to grieve and celebrate in a collective setting?
Marcos Lopez Macal is a psychologist from Guatemala, currently living in Malmö, Sweden. He completed his master thesis, Two Worldview Perspectives on Death: Mayan and Swedish Attitudes on Death, in 2018 … Continue Reading When the bell tolls: the moment everyone gathers in solidarity
Hanna Mansten is a minister in the congregation of Lackalänga-Stävie. She lives in Staffanstorp with her family of five. She likes when life offers her poweryoga, chocolate, books and music. … Continue Reading The collar: how rituals and traditions have resonance inside and outside of the church
DöBra is a national research program in which questions around death, dying, and grief are investigated in order to make possible more preparedness and awareness around the end-of-life. The program, … Continue Reading DöBra: a program changing the way we think about death