THE Institute of Business Studies will officially kick start its 2014 IBS School Debate Competition tomorrow and it will run for three days until Thursday.
This year marks another exciting year of debate for IBS and the participating schools around the nation, as it takes in new participating schools from different provinces like the New Ireland.
Since its inception in 2009, the IBS School Debate has grown and increasingly gained popularity throughout the country and the region.
This has resulted in another milestone of this competition taking part in the Melanesian School of Debate later this year.
The Central School debates begin next week, followed by the National Capital District School Debate competitions from May 12-16.
The New Ireland provincial schools’ debates then kick off in June, with the actual dates still to be confirmed, and then Morobe debates commence on July 1-5.
This is followed by the Milne Bay from July 7-12.
Western Highlands, Jiwaka, Eastern Highlands, Enga, Gulf and East New Britain are still to confirm their dates of hosting the debates.
Northern and East Sepik are yet to confirm their participation in this year’s competition.
Some of the very interesting topics to be debated in the Central school debates are: Housing should be a condition of employment, Global warming is a hoax and Re-introduce corporal punishment in schools.
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