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Whilst it is beyond the competence and constitutional remit of the IFCG to recommend unaffiliated resources, members of the IFCG Executive Committee may occasionally bring to the attention of community representatives particular sources of help and useful information.
Set up in 2009 by the National Council for Palliative Care to promote public awareness of dying, death and bereavement, its aim is to support changing knowledge, attitudes and behaviours towards death, dying and bereavement, and through this to make ‘living and dying well’ the norm.
Prompted by the question: “If climate change equals suffering, do faith communities have a duty to try to prevent it?”. We hope to promote awareness of the issues around climate change throughout all faith communities and find ways to work together to make a real difference
Ethical filmmaker based in Brighton and Hove, serving the Interfaith Contact Group and many arts organisations, local charities, the NHS and universities, making short films.