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Conference-Workshop – Day of the Dead

Objectives

Discover the Mexican tradition around the Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead.
Provide space for intercultural rapprochement around the subject of death.

Age group

For adults

History

The most popular holiday in Mexico is the Day of the Dead. According to tradition, those who have departed from the world come to visit us on this day. In the workshop, an explanation of the tradition of the Day of the Dead in Mexico will be given with the traditional, historical and decorative elements of the altar. We will talk about the indigenous and Christian elements and their contemporary meaning. At the end of the activity, we will share the traditional bread of the dead and discuss the different ways to honor our ancestors.

Presentation of the animators and the activity
Exhibition on the Day of the Dead
Dialogue between the participants
Tasting of bread of the dead
Conclusion

Materials (provided): Traditional bread of the dead.

Competences Developees
L’analyse
Pensée critique
Enrichissement de connaissance
Communication
Respect
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