This platform would provide the skills and knowledge to the young people of East Africa to be able to participate in solving their own problems through debates.
Discussions on an issue that has two sides, uses argument and evidence, and engages an audience, It promotes the visibility, It attracts new debaters and It motivates the current debaters.
Intensive debate training where students are also trained on Advocacy, Leadership, Self-esteem and confidence, Conflict management, Team-building, Poverty reduction theories.
In what we called a small competition, this Saturday 21st March 2015, 39 teams debated at IFAK Kimihurura. (The February 2015
Team Listing – iDebate March 2015 Tournament Pairing – Round #1-February 2015 Pairing – Round #2-February 2015
The iDebate Rwanda team is currently seeking two secondary school students to join them from Mid September to end of October 2015
I didn’t know what to expect. All I could do was imagine a scene where I was blown away by a speaker and not being able to
February 14th marked the opening of the Kigali Debate League (KDL)2015 .As excitement boiled in the air, students and judges filled
The famous Kigali Debate League is back! This Saturday 14th February we are hosting 46 teams to debate the motion: The government
Wiley College wins big at Border Wars Speech and Debate Tournament Braving the bitter cold and snow, the Melvin B. Tolson/Denzel
“…the camp was set up to allow our students to develop critical thinking skills and learn how to structure and make great arguments.”
“I liked most the experienced coaches that led our way to understanding the real art of debate, people that really loved what they were doing”
“I enjoyed having professional trainers that helped us to reach where we wanted to be and what we wanted to become”
“Burya ubujiji buba mumutwe… poverty is in the head …”
“I enjoyed facing the challenges and fears and finally found ourselves doing and thinking beyond what we thought we could by simply following the clear methods of our trainer.”
“Dedicated coaches, a wonderful staff, and ambitious debaters on the lookout for an opportunity to change the world, THAT made the camp the most beautiful thing ever”