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WEBINAR: Why do we have ceremonies? (5 March, 10h00)

On 5th of March 10h00 European time, EHP will host a webinar on ceremonies.

We will focus on topics like

- the significance of ceremonies in human life
- what characterizes ceremony as a genre?
- how ceremonies change over time?

Speakers: Tale Pleym (Head of Ceremony department at the Norwegian Humanist Association) and Eivind Eggen (funeral advisor, Ceremony dep.)

Participation is free. After registration a link to the webinar will be sent out by e-mail.

Please register at tale.pleym@human.no

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