At the first digital edition of LEBEN UND TOD (LIFE AND DEATH) last year more than 38,000 users tuned in - a great success, which will be followed up this year. From Saturday to Saturday, May 1 to 8 2021, LIFE AND DEATH will then take place digitally for the third time and will focus on generational change and other topics from the areas of hospice, palliative care, pastoral care, funeral culture, mourning and grief counseling as part of the theme week.
On each day there will be interviews, workshops and readings, and on Friday the participants can then take part in a sophisticated live program - as is customary at LEBEN UND TOD with distinguished guests. For example, children's author Cornelia Funke will present her new book "Die Brücke unter den Sternen" ("The Bridge Under the Stars"), which deals with dying in a child-friendly way.
Digital visitors are also invited to exchange ideas with the speaker after each lecture at the so-called "coffee table". The contributions of the theme week are freely accessible to all for a short period of time. For specialist presentations or workshops, registration is subject to a fee.