Death Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: ShutterstockDeath Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: Shutterstock
Death Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: Shutterstock

10 years of talking about death, and life, at Death Cafés, and why the taboo-busting movement is having a moment

  • Jon Underwood launched the Death Café movement – open forums to discuss life and death – in 2010 to break some of the taboos about dying and grief
  • The Covid-19 pandemic has forced many to consider their own mortality, and virtual Death Cafés are springing up around the world

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Death Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: ShutterstockDeath Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: Shutterstock
Death Cafés give people a chance to talk about life and death in an informal setting. Photo: Shutterstock
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