My name is Taylah, and this is my story

When I was asked to write this post, I debated about what I would write for days, I struggled to string together a single sentence without deleting it. I slowly realised that I am trying to write about myself in a way that would be appropriate and well received but I couldn’t do...
Read More →

Five reasons we should all give volunteering a crack

Hey, hello, what’s up? My name is Nayuka and I have a confession, I am a volunteering addict. I have loved volunteering for as long as I can remember. I got my first taste when I was 9. My Mum volunteered at our local nursing home and I would go along and play bingo, instead of...
Read More →

2016 Federal Budget

What does the 2016 Federal Budget mean to young people experiencing disadvantage? Many of the young people participating in our programs experience disadvantage. So we thought we’d take a look at the 2016 Federal Budget and how this impacts on two of the biggest issues for young...
Read More →

Doxa Cadet represents refugees for Australia

Doxa Cadet and RMIT student Arif Hazara has been selected as a part of the Australian delegation at the UNHCR negotiations with NGOs in Geneva this June. He will represent Australia in a forum that discusses rights and issues around refugees in the global landscape today. A...
Read More →

NYW 2016: Shelley Fenech’s advice for juggling university life

Advice and guidance for juggling university life from Shelley Fenech The third in our National Youth Week 2016 blog series, where young people in our programs provide an insight into some of their amazing experiences. Before you decide whether to read on – I must tell you that...
Read More →

NYW 2016: Olivia Walker’s Top 10 Tips For Exchange

Olivia Walker gives her top tips for an overseas exchange The second in our National Youth Week 2016 blog series, where young people in our programs provide an insight into some of their amazing experiences. The prospect of heading to a foreign country to undertake university...
Read More →