We envision a society where differences are embraced and conflict is resolved without resorting to violence, through teaching the youth how to disagree on public policy issues without treating your opponent as an enemy
Our approach is centered on programs that enable students to express themselves in a free-speech environment! Here are our three pillars!
A competitive person always wins.” Our monthly competitions serve as a venue for our students to practice all they learn during respective training sessions as they become better speakers not only theoretically but practically.Read More
Our students are exposed to a cross-cultural experience through our internationalRead More
Teachers at iDebate are a pillar to our success. We believe that a teacher with the right skills and resources, stands as a catalyzer to our students’ progress toward becoming great thinkers and speakers.Read More
Our primary goal is to shape students’ minds through training and provision of the relevant resources they need to uplift their speaking, thinking, research and debate skills. We believe that practice makes perfect.Read More
Other than the fact that Bruce had glasses that made him look about 6 years older than he was, He, Babu, Youssouf & Fiona were the cutest team of babies in 2013. Bruce is known till this day to know random facts about subjects that most people don’t spend time reading about
He is currently a communications consultant and Communications manager at Rwanda Cooperation initiative.
Rosette was among the Pioneers of the Dreamers Academy Camp in 2012.
She is currently working as an Administrative Manager Irembo and co-founds My Green Home Rwanda, an organization that is promoting a #GreenRwanda and environmental excellence in our communities by recycling #plasticwaste into eco-friendly pavers
Bukuru, one of the people went through iDebate Rwanda in 2013 through LNDC
She’s now a procurement manager among other tasks in one of GIZ’s programs, in addition to that she’s an emerging artist locally with a great potential.