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NDAN Presents – Traditions of Death and Burial with Dr Helen Frisby


We often hear in Australia, people talk about the traditions of the funeral industry, how we do what we do. An often-overlooked fact, is that through the colonisation of Australia we inherited our traditions from Europe with little regard to the traditions our indigenous communities had for thousands of years. So, where then do our current ‘traditions’ come from? Dr Helen Frisby is an expert funeral historian and will be sharing her work on the development of the British funeral traditions.

DATE - Saturday 7 June 2024.

NDAN Presents – Death Care for LGBTQIA+ people with Ezra Salter


This event will explore the unique end of life issues faced by the LGBTQ+ community and what we can do to be better prepared for ourselves and our community elders.

Ezra Salter (they/them) is a Louisiana licensed funeral director and embalmer practicing in New Orleans and a board member of Wake, a New Orleans based deathcare non-profit. Ezra is the progenitor and co-creator of the Louisiana LGBTQ+ End of Life Planning Guide and contributor to The Order of the Good Death’s end-of life planning resources for the LGBTQ+ community. Ezra's professional focus includes advocacy for queer deathcare and green burial options in Louisiana and the preservation of historic cemeteries in New Orleans.

DATE - Saturday 13 April 2024, 9AM to 11Am AEST

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