good life, good death, good grief


Recognition of differences

Many different and varied communities are present within Scotland.

Within these communities there exist many different cultures, religions, values, attitudes, experiences, beliefs, practices, rituals and traditions relating to death, dying and loss.

The work of Good Life, Good Death, Good Grief should maintaining a keen awareness that different communities will have different strengths, weaknesses, problems and priorities relating to death, dying and bereavement; what might work for one community may be completely inappropriate in another.

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