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A Journey to Geneva: Representing Australia

If you don’t yet know Arif Hazara, then it’s time to bring you up to speed. He’s one of our Cadets, and he’s pretty amazing. Oh, and he was just selected as a youth delegate to represent Australia in the UNHCR’s negotations with NGOs in Geneva. Arif is not just a Doxa...
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Exploring Kakadu with young Indigenous crew

Our City Camp Manager, Dave Ciavarella, was recently invited to assist on an expedition with young Indigenous people from the Northern Territory as part of the Foundation of Young Australian’s IMPACT program.  Needless to say, we were delighted to be asked to be part o...
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Empowering, Connecting, Creating Positive Change

Our friends at The Big Issue are in party mode for the organisation’s 20 year anniversary. So we thought it was time we shared the story of our relationship with The Big Issue Classroom, and the ways we work together with young people in the community. What do we have in...
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What’s NAIDOC Week all about?

Our office just returned from the flag raising ceremony that marks the beginning of NAIDOC week. My news feed is flooded with “Happy NAIDOC,” and cute photos about events. Maybe yours is too or you’ve noticed a few flags flying and you’re not sure what the deal is so I thought it...
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Journey Program: A shared experience

This week is Refugee Week and we have been celebrating the young people from a refugee background who we support through our programs.   We recently ran a Journey Program with a fantastic group of newly arrived / migrant young people from the Western English Language School, many...
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Goldrush Camp Experience

As part of our Malmsbury camp experience, a group of campers recently participated in a “Goldrush” experience in the Victorian Goldfields in order to learn more about the history of the local area. First of all they caught an old fashioned steam train from Castlemaine...
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