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Death in a migratory context: experiences, questions, challenges and ressources


The loss of a loved one is a though separation, a singular experience that tests our relationship to death. The experience of lost and mourning is even more singular as they occur far away from home, in another country, or when a loved one disappear far away from us. In such cases, additional questions come out.


The aim of this research, financed by le Fonds national de la recherche scientifique, is to grasp these specific issues surrounding death in the migratory context.

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