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Participation in the UdG Debating League

Description:
The University Debating League is an activity directed at all students at the University of Girona. Its main objective is to foster the use of words through the dialectic confrontation between two teams, where each has to defend a position (in favour or against) with respect to a debate topic taken from current affairs.
Area:
Cultural activities
Restrictions:
None
Associated codes:
3100RA0607 Participation in the UdG debating league I (1.5 credits)
3100RA0608 Participation in the UdG debating league II (1.5 credits)
3100RA0609 Participation in the UdG debating league III (1.5 credits)
3100RA0610 Participation in the UdG debating league IV (1.5 credits)
Organizing body:
UdG Debating Association
Contact:
debatudg@gmail.com
Enrolment:
UdG Debating Association
Organisation:
The Universitat de Girona Debating League is divided into two basic stages: the training stage and the debating contests. The first stage consists of a series of theoretical-practical sessions where students can develop their debating skills. The second stage is the competition per se, where the teams will face each other, adopting a stance on topical issues.
+ info:
http://debatudg.blogspot.com

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