Now in its 6thyear Dying to Know Day, an annual day of action dedicated to bringing to life conversations and community actions around death, dying and bereavement is Australia’s biggest community conversation about death.  With over 400 events planned across Australia and over 60% of us believing that we don’t talk enough about death Dying to Know day provides the perfect opportunity to improve your death literacy.

On this episode of Dying to Tell we are actually Dying to Know with Kerrie Noonan Co-founder, Director and Executive Officer of the Groundswell Project.

Kerrie Noonanis a clinical psychologist in palliative care and has worked in health and community settings as a community development social researcher. She is a fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and a PhD Candidate at Western Sydney University. 

#D2KDay – August 8th 2018


The Groundswell Project

Our purpose is to create a more death literate society, one where people and communities have the practical know-how needed to plan well for end of life. This means shifting focus from ‘talking about it’ to transforming this ‘difficult’ conversation into one of deep community engagement, social action and empowerment.