The World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC) is one of the most prominent debating platforms for high school students from across the globe. Some of the countries that regularly send students to WSDC include Germany, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia, Croatia, Romania, Greece, Turkey, Israel, Qatar, the UAE, Pakistan, India, Singapore, South Africa, China, Argentina and Peru.
The World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC) is a global competition for national high school debate teams. Teams from all over the world gather in a battle of minds, discussing 13 different topics set by an international panel of debate experts.
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The University of Cape Town (UCT) will host the largest student-run event globally, the World University Debating Championships. From 27 December 2018 to 4 January 2019 debating students from Malaysia, Germany, Mexico, Nigeria and the United States, among 45 others will descend on the city in hopes of becoming world champions.
Team England, winners of the 2016 World Schools Debating Championship. From left: Ed Bracey, Ife Grillo, captain Kenza Wilks, Rosa Thomas and Archie Hall.
The European Universities Debating Championships (EUDC) is an annual debating tournament for teams from universities in Europe. The competition uses the British Parliamentary Debate format (the same debate format used at the World Universities Debating Championship).
Manual was initially compiled in advance of the 35th World Championships in Malaysia. In the three and a half decade history of Worlds, there has not been a single authoritative document, beyond the WUDC Constitution, which specifies how debating and judging takes place at the World Championships.
The World Schools Debating Championships (WSDC) is a high profile annual English-language debating tournament for high school-level teams representing different countries. Six countries participated at the first tournament, staged in Australia in 1988.