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2nd ISADC Press Conference

2nd ISADC Press Conference

Publication Date:
12 Mar 2014
Category:
News

Under the patronage of HE Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani QatarDebate is organizing the 2nd International Schools Arabic Debating Championship. The championship will be held from 23-26 March 2014 with the participation of 25 teams representing 21 Arab states and 4 foreign countries.

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Under the patronage of HE Sheikha Hind bint Hamad Al Thani - Vice Chairman of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development – QatarDebate - member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development – is organizing the 2nd International Schools Arabic Debating Championship. The championship will be held from 23-26 March 2014 with the participation of 25 teams representing 21 Arab states and 4 foreign countries.

QatarDebate had previously organized the first edition of the International Schools Arabic Debating Championship from April 1 to 4, 2012 with the participation of 20 Arab countries in addition to Malaysia. The team from Lebanon won the title, with the teams from Jordan and Tunisia winning second and third places respectively.

In announcing the second edition of the championship, QatarDebate organized a press conference in the presence of Dr. Hayat Abdullah Maarafi, Executive Director of QatarDebate, Dr. Abdellatif Salami, Educational Program Manager at QatarDebate, Mr. Jamal Al Baker, Event Manager at QatarDebate, Mr. Ali Sultan Al Muftah, Communications Manager at QatarDebate, Mrs. Faizeh Abdelrazeq, Head of the Arabic Program at QatarDebate, and Mr. Frank Feghali, Vice President and Commercial Manager at ConocoPhillips, the Gold Sponsor of the championship.

During her speech at the press conference, Dr. Hayat Abdullah Maarafi, Executive Director of QatarDebate said, "We are happy to announce that QatarDebate, member of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development, will organize 2nd International Schools Arabic Debating Championship, which will be held from March 23 to 26, 2014 with the participation of 25 teams representing 21 Arab countries and four foreign countries.

This competition comes within the efforts of QatarDebate to support and promote the art of debate and dialogue in Arabic and to build the foundations of this discipline in the Arab World. The International Schools Arabic Debating Championship falls within the framework of our efforts to spread this art and raise awareness amongst youth of its importance in the preparation of future generations and shaping future leaders based on the foundations of the authentic Arabic language, which serves our language, culture and identity.”

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