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Storytelling isn’t fiction

Storytelling plays a fundamental part in the way we communicate, interact and interpret the world. It’s also an increasingly important skill in business. One young person who recognises this is Future Insights program participant Hue Man Dang. Hue Man is passionate about...
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Strong New Futures for disadvantaged young refugee students in central Victoria

Young newly arrived and refugee students will be given the opportunity to build a positive life for themselves in Australia thanks to Doxa Youth Foundation’s Strong New Futures program. Launching this week (11th – 13th October), the Strong New Futures program aims to connect a...
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Doxa City Camp moves to Discovery Melbourne in early 2018

Our City Camp has some exciting news to share! We’ll be moving to new premises in early 2018. Our new location will provide additional capacity and lots of great benefits to Schools and Campers. In February 2018, we will be re-locating Doxa’s City Camp on Elizabeth Street to...
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Third Sector – Doxa Announces New CEO

Publication Pro Bono Program N/A – New CEO announcement Summary Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has announced the appointment of Steve Clifford as its new CEO, effective from 2 October Read full article here
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Doxa announces Steve Clifford as new CEO

Victorian not-for-profit organisation, Doxa, has announced the appointment of Steve Clifford as its new CEO, effective from 2 October. Mr Clifford served as Head of Australian Operations of Save the Children Australia where he led a team of 600 to improve program quality,...
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Chairman’s Announcement: Doxa appoints new CEO

Recently I advised you that our CEO Stephen Silk would be retiring from work later this year. On behalf of the Board of the Doxa Youth Foundation I am very pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Clifford as our new CEO. Steve comes to Doxa as a pragmatic, commercial and...
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