If you want to talk the talk, you first got to walk the walk.
There are many ways to become a debater, and a good way to start is to make use of the educational materials available online such as:
- Online course by QatarDebate – Introduction to Debates
- A short series introducing debates according to QatarDebate’s format
- QatarDebate Publications
- As well as other useful reading materials online
You can also make use of the many useful workshops and training sessions QatarDebate provides throughout the year.
Take a look at what QatarDebate has to offer by visiting our events page and stay tuned to our social media channels for any announcements regarding workshops and training sessions.
If you are a student in Qatar, find out which of your teachers is the school’s debate coordinator, or look for the debate club within the school / university.
Practice debating with your teammates and stay connected to QatarDebate activities through your teacher / debate club.
If your school or university does not have a debate club or coordinator, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will do our best to include your school / university in our events.
You can always get in touch with us at email@example.com so we can include you in our mailing list and you will receive our regular newsletters dedicated to keeping you up to date with our events.
If you are interested in becoming a debate adjudicator, Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As long as you can dedicate time, effort and knowledge to QatarDebate community, we will register your name in our database as a potential judge. We will also provide training and hands-on experience through workshops and tournaments. After we've certified you as Judge, you will be invited to judge tournaments to build your experience. Since no debate can take place without a judge, your contributions will shape both yourself and the debate community significantly.