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Research synopsis

Creating space for change: The story of funeral practices in Cape Town. In Cape Town, South Africa on average some 1600 bodies are put to rest every month, of which 60% are being buried. Not only are most traditional burials damaging for the environment; older public cemeteries are running out of space. (more…)

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Faith & Sustainable Funerals workshop Aug 2014 (9)

November 2014

In collaboration with SAFCEI the first interfaith workshop was held on November 3. After viewing the trailer of the documentary a discussion evolved between Jewish, Dutch Reformed Church, Muslim and Agnostic belief traditions. (more…)

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May 2014

Theoretical reflection regarding the action oriented research process contains at least the following elements: The central theme in the research is to co-create towards meaningful action in the public space. How can those partners become agents of change and overcome their own organizational boundaries in order to co-create positive impact? (more…)

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