2020 Rome Charter

Vale Dr Kim Dunphy

Our dear colleague and friend passed away on 14 October 2020 after too short a time living with cancer. Kim was a core member and an inspiration to the team at CDN since she joined in 2005, and maintained her role in research well beyond her formal time with the organisation. For those who have followed the development of CDN locally, nationally and internationally, they will recognise her work in our frameworks and in the many journal articles she wrote and contributed to over the years. Kim strove for a greater understanding of culture and the way it impacts our lives and carried that objective into her many other significant activities in dance therapy and her philanthropic work. The Board and staff of CDN celebrate Kim’s contribution and join many friends in sending condolences to her family at this time.


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