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Team Qatar is getting ready for WSDC 2016

Team Qatar is getting ready for WSDC 2016

Start Date:
19 Jul 2016 Download ICS File
End Date:
29 Jul 2016
Location:
Stuttgart, Germany
Category:
News, English Program, Mobile

This Summer, Team Qatar is getting ready for the World Schools Debate Championship (WSDC). The World Schools Debating Championships is an annual tournament involving pre-tertiary debaters aged 14 - 19. Founded in 1988, the tournament is held in a different location every year. In recent years, the competition has involved teams from roughly 50 nations each year. This year, WSDC is being held in Stuttgart, Germany between July 19-29th 2016.

WSDC2016_logo2.png This Summer, Team Qatar is getting ready for the World Schools Debate Championship (WSDC). The World Schools Debating Championships is an annual tournament involving pre-tertiary debaters aged 14 - 19. Founded in 1988, the tournament is held in a different location every year. In recent years, the competition has involved teams from roughly 50 nations each year. This year, WSDC is being held in Stuttgart, Germany between July 19-29th 2016.
A team of 7 young Qataris (Grades 10 – 12) will be competing against teams from over 50 other countries over 8 rounds of debate. Four of their topics are pre-prepared and a further four are impromptu (topics they get an hour before the debate, with no access to external help).

Qatar will be represented at the tournament by Team Qatar. The following students are members of the national debate team:

1. Abdullah Al Rumaihi (ISL-Q)
2. Ali Al Mawlawi (Qatar Academy)
3. Buthayna Al Mulla (Al Jazeera Academy)
4. Fatima Al Esmail (Al Maha Academy)
5. Jawaher Al Sheba (Al Resala ISSG)

2 Student Observers will accompany them:

1. Abdullah Al Qahtani (Qatar Academy)
2. Jassim Al Qahtani (Mosab bin Omair ISSB)

Team Qatar Alum Tareq Al Hammadi (New York University) will be judging for Team Qatar.

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