Congratulations to DONE 021 graduates!

We are very pleased to announce that the first module of DONE 2021 has successfully concluded. Despite the ongoing uncertainties due to the pandemic, we are grateful we could run the programme in person. We want to congratulate the graduates once again for all their effort and achievements and thank everyone who was involved in supporting and contributing.

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DONE 021 – Development Of New Environments

Following the successful completion and development of the DONE educational programme over the past 12 years (2008 – 2019), and after an unfortunate forced break in 2020, we are happy to announce the opening of registrations for DONE 021. We are aware that the pandemic remains an ongoing obstacle, but we are hopeful that there will be the opportunity to gather in September 2021.

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DONE 020 update

Dear brothers and sisters,
After postponing the start of DONE 020 to spring 2021 we had to make final decision that the programme will not take place due to current travel restrictions. We are planning to run DONE 2021, starting early September, we will announce our plan and further details in May 2021.

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DONE 016 is back

A few nuggets of wisdom so far …

“When you know who you are then you know how you should live”

“Clarity brings confidence”

“Life is not about finding yourself, it’s about creating yourself” Continue reading

DONE 016 update

Dear friends,
The first week of DONE 016 has passed and we all had chance to get to know each other and start the education. We are a very diverse group of 60 this year including participants and staff; with 35 nations and 6 continents represented, through all parents’ nationalities. It’s a really wonderful mix of personalities and characters. Continue reading

DONE Mission One 2016

We want to congratulate all the participants from DONE Mission One 2016, who graduated on Friday 6th May. We are very grateful for all their investment and effort, and want to especially thank the team leaders and staff who supported as well.

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