We are looking for partners and supporters for 2012 ITF Debate in Kenya!
Period: 25-26 May 2012
Theme: This year Kenyans are facing many challenges toward presidential elections that is about to happen, but multitude are murmuring we need fresh and young leader to take the office for transformation of the country but the question is :Youth, are we ready for leadership positions? that is the 2012 ITF debate theme!
ITF debate is a competition and a concrete place of change and Transformation of youth through the exchange of ideas based on self development between their counterparts, attendance whether Debater or audience from different life status, levels, and countries by being up lighted and updated by Guest Lecturers and being softened wholeheartedly by great artists.
As the participants experienced such extraordinary ways of change they could not help but to sob! As they testified after the First ITF Debate held in Kenya 24-25 November 2010, they tested the realm that they were searching in their life and said “We feel like ITF is moving within some invisible providence that gives us wings to live the life of tomorrow”.
History of ITF Debate
v 25-26 November 2010
Venue: Green Court Hotel
Theme: What does really school produce, a good employee or a good employer?
Winner: Irungu Samuel (University of Nairobi)
v 1-4 April 2011
Venue: One Stop Youth Information Centre (City council of Nairobi)
Theme: Does academic qualifications give a person the best chance of success in life?
Winner: FORRNAX College’s Team
v 25-26 May 2012
Venue: P.C.E.A Saint Andrews
Theme: Youth, Are we ready for leadership positions?
The Objectives of ITF Debate
- Promote cohesion between youth.
- Motivate, Cultivate, qualities and abilities self development.
- Inspire and Transform the mindset of youth as leaders of next generations.
Programs of ITF Debate
1. Debate by University; Colleges Students and other youth.
2. Guest Lectures by influential Speakers.
Although each contestant is awarded a certificate of Participation, only first three ranked by judging panel are prized; and the best overall female is specially prized.
What we need Most!
- Prizes (cash and/or educational electronic materials or devices)
- Influential Youth Leadership Guest Lectures
- Support for Public Relations work.
Individuals, companies, organizations... you are all welcome for partnership and supporting 2012 ITF Debate in Kenya! The real changes come about when young people are able to identify the issues of primary concern to them and are empowered to develop, implement and manage youth-owned strategies, activities, networks, organizations and campaigns. Young people should be protagonists in the fight against their own problems, not mere spectators.
Together with you; we will bring a real change in Kenya!