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DK Wien gewinnt Transrapid Turnier 2018

[:en]Erstmals in der Geschichte konnte der DK Wien mit Natalija Ljubic und Marina Kojic (Team JugÖ Invasion) den Sieg am 4. Transrapid Turnier in München erringen.
Insgesamt war der Klub mit 9 Redner*innen und 5 Juror*innen am Turnier vertreten.  

Das Turnier

Keine Grenzpolizeikontrollen, dafür viel Spaß in Romans Transrapidexpress

Da das ein oder andere Mitglied die Ernsthaftigkeit von Passkontrollen marginal unterschätzt und dementsprechende Vorsorgemaßnahmen unterlassen hatte, verlief der Start ins lang ersehnte Wettkampfwochenende nicht völlig reibungslos.

Als jedoch Freitag Abend schließlich alle Wiener Teilnehmer*innen in München versammelt waren, wurde auf die sichere Ankunft mit den Gastgebern erstmal feierlich am Weihnachtsmarkt angestoßen.

Im Laufe der ersten Runden zeichnete sich am nächsten Morgen schnell eine beeindruckende Dominanz der Wiener Teams ab. Die Freude darüber, nach 4 Vorrunden schließlich stolze 3 Teams aus Wien im Finale zu sehen war dennoch überwältigend.

Ankunftseuphorie: DK Wien inklusive Rosé Glühwein versammelt am Münchner Nachtkindlmarkt

Zur Motion “DHG dass die EU alle militärischen, politischen und wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen zu Saudi Arabien abbrechen sollte” trafen Marina Kojic und Natalija Ljubic (OG), Dorian Schiffer und Lukas Kienesberger (OO) sowie Mira Eberdorfer und Daniel Prem (CG) schließlich im Finale aufeinander, wobei die eröffnende Regierung die Debatte klar für sich entscheiden konnten.

Auch das hochkarätige CA Team bestehend aus Calyxx Peucker, Miri Muntean, Samuel Scheuer und Yimin Ge kam vorm Finale auf seine Kosten.

Die Spaß Motion “Dieses Haus bedauert die Meinung der amerikanischen Zentralbank zu Quantitative Easing” (keine Infoslide) löste einen kurzfristigen Schock bei allen Finalteams aus. Jeder Gedanke VWL zu inskribieren war dann bei Verkündung des tatsächlichen Themas aber wieder schnell vergessen.

Doch nicht nur sechs Redner*innen konnten sich über einen Break freuen. Joy Edobor, Katrin Fallmann und Anna Neuber, die sich durch hervorragendes Feedback bei den Teilnehmer*innen ausgezeichnet hatten, durften schließlich das Finale jurieren.

Finalisten: Dorian, Lukas, Marina, Daniel, Nani, Mira und Chris aus München

Auch in der Einzelwertung trumpfte die Wiener Delegation auf:
Mit Marina Kojic, Mira Eberdorfer, Barbara Neuwirth, Dorian Schiffer, Lukas Kienesberger und Daniel Prem stellt der DK gleich sechs der Top Ten Speakers.

Abschließend wurde der Erfolg gebührend gefeiert, und am Sonntag traten alle Teilnehmer*innen wieder erschöpft und glücklich die Heimreise an.

Gratulation den Siegerinnen Natalija und Marina und vielen Dank an den Debattierclub München für die tolle Organisation, wir freuen uns schon aufs nächste Jahr!

Siegerfoto: Nani und Marina mit Top-Speakerin Sophia und dem CA Team

 

Motions

R1 DHW armen Menschen mehr Stimmen bei Wahlen geben.
R2 DHG dass Lehrer die Erwartungshaltung der Kinder an ihre eigenen Fähigkeiten über ihr realistisches Potential hinaus signifikant erhöhen sollten.
R3 DHG dass Staaten aktiv versuchen sollten, die Verbreitung der amerikanischen Popkultur zu begrenzen.
R4 DHW die Pharmaindustrie verstaatlichen.
R5 DHG dass die EU alle militärischen, politischen und wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen zu Saudi Arabien abbrechen sollte.[:de]Erstmals in der Geschichte konnte der DK Wien mit Natalija Ljubic und Marina Kojic (Team JugÖ Invasion) den Sieg am 4. Transrapid Turnier in München erringen.
Insgesamt war der Klub mit 9 Redner*innen und 5 Juror*innen am Turnier vertreten.  

Das Turnier

Keine Grenzpolizeikontrollen, dafür viel Spaß in Romans Transrapidexpress

Da das ein oder andere Mitglied die Ernsthaftigkeit von Passkontrollen marginal unterschätzt und dementsprechende Vorsorgemaßnahmen unterlassen hatte, verlief der Start ins lang ersehnte Wettkampfwochenende nicht völlig reibungslos.

Als jedoch Freitag Abend schließlich alle Wiener Teilnehmer*innen in München versammelt waren, wurde auf die sichere Ankunft mit den Gastgebern erstmal feierlich am Weihnachtsmarkt angestoßen.

Im Laufe der ersten Runden zeichnete sich am nächsten Morgen schnell eine beeindruckende Dominanz der Wiener Teams ab. Die Freude darüber, nach 4 Vorrunden schließlich stolze 3 Teams aus Wien im Finale zu sehen war dennoch überwältigend.

Ankunftseuphorie: DK Wien inklusive Rosé Glühwein versammelt am Münchner Nachtkindlmarkt

Zur Motion “DHG dass die EU alle militärischen, politischen und wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen zu Saudi Arabien abbrechen sollte” trafen Marina Kojic und Natalija Ljubic (OG), Dorian Schiffer und Lukas Kienesberger (OO) sowie Mira Eberdorfer und Daniel Prem (CG) schließlich im Finale aufeinander, wobei die eröffnende Regierung die Debatte klar für sichentscheiden konnten.

Auch das hochkarätige CA Team bestehend aus Calyxx Peucker, Miri Muntean, Samuel Scheuer und Yimin Ge kam vorm Finale auf seine Kosten.

Die Spaß Motion “Dieses Haus bedauert die Meinung der amerikanischen Zentralbank zu Quantitative Easing” (keine Infoslide) löste einen kurzfristigen Schock bei allen Finalteams aus. Jeder Gedanke VWL zu inskribieren war dann bei Verkündung des tatsächlichen Themas aber wieder schnell vergessen.

Doch nicht nur sechs Redner*innen konnten sich über einen Break freuen. Joy Edobor, Katrin Fallmann und Anna Neuber, die sich durch hervorragendes Feedback bei den Teilnehmer*innen ausgezeichnet hatten, durften schließlich das Finale jurieren.

Finalisten: Dorian, Lukas, Marina, Daniel, Nani, Mira und Chris aus München

Auch in der Einzelwertung trumpfte die Wiener Delegation auf:
Mit Marina Kojic, Mira Eberdorfer, Barbara Neuwirth, Dorian Schiffer, Lukas Kienesberger und Daniel Prem stellt der DK gleich sechs der Top Ten Speakers.

Abschließend wurde der Erfolg gebührend gefeiert, und am Sonntag traten alle Teilnehmer*innen wieder erschöpft und glücklich die Heimreise an.

Gratulation den Siegerinnen Natalija und Marina und vielen Dank an den Debattierclub München für die tolle Organisation, wir freuen uns schon aufs nächste Jahr!

Siegerfoto: Nani und Marina mit Top-Speakerin Sophia und dem CA Team

Motions

R1 DHW armen Menschen mehr Stimmen bei Wahlen geben.
R2 DHG dass Lehrer die Erwartungshaltung der Kinder an ihre eigenen Fähigkeiten über ihr realistisches Potential hinaus signifikant erhöhen sollten.
R3 DHG dass Staaten aktiv versuchen sollten, die Verbreitung der amerikanischen Popkultur zu begrenzen.
R4 DHW die Pharmaindustrie verstaatlichen.
R5 DHG dass die EU alle militärischen, politischen und wirtschaftlichen Beziehungen zu Saudi Arabien abbrechen sollte.[:]

[:en]At this year’s UCU Open in Utrecht, three members of DKWien were part of two amazingly successful teams.

One was a mixed team: Miri Muntean from DKWien and George Hames, former Oxford Union debater.
The other one was composed of the two freshers Marina Kojic and Natalija Ljubic, who only started debating this season.
At first glance, it might seem like an unusual delegation, but what these four happen to have in common is EUDC Novi Sad. Marina, Miri and George bonded during their time in the Organisation Committee and Natalija joined the event as a last-minute-emergency-volunteer.

Nani, Marina, George and Miri

Together, they now set out for their next adventure: exploring the dutch debating circuit. This proved to be quite successful:
Miri and George broke to the Open Final as the second team, while Marina and Natalija,
despite both being Novices, were able to reach the Pro-Am Final.

Both Miri and George also made it among the top 10 speakers of the tournament.

Motions:

R1: THW not allow family members of prominent politicians (e.g. Clinton, Le Pen, Gandhi and Kenyatta) to run for office
R2: This House Believes That Governments Should Stimulate Renting Rather Than Buying Houses.
R3: THW allow companies to pay more to women who agree not to have children
R4: THBT supreme courts should not be allowed to overturn laws
R5: THW mandate companies to make data on their consumers public in an anonymized fashion
Pro-Am Final: THBT Highly educated individuals in post-conflict regions have a moral obligation to stay and help rebuild
Semifinals: THR the 2012 decision
(Infoslide: The alien tort statue is a statute that allowed foreign citizens to sue for human-right violations committed outside of the U.S. in U.S. courts from 1980’s to 2012. In 2012 the Supreme Court redefined the interpretation of the statute to no longer cover crimes committed outside of the U.S. )
Grand Final: THW still not be catholic
(Infoslide: An Angel appears. They tell you the following: “God exists, heaven and hell do not. The Pope is the replacement of Jesus Christ on Earth.”)[:de]At this year’s UCU Open in Utrecht, three members of DKWien were part of two amazingly successful teams.

One was a mixed team: Miri Muntean from DKWien and George Hames, former Oxford Union debater.
The other one was composed of the two freshers Marina Kojic and Natalija Ljubic, who only started debating this season.
At first glance, it might seem like an unusual delegation, but what these four happen to have in common is EUDC Novi Sad. Marina, Miri and George bonded during their time in the Organisation Committee and Natalija joined the event as a last-minute-emergency-volunteer.

Nani, Marina, George and Miri

Together, they now set out for their next adventure: exploring the Dutch debating circuit. This proved to be quite successful:
Miri and George broke to the Open Final as the second team, while Marina and Natalija,
despite both being Novices, were able to reach the Pro-Am Final.

Both Miri and George also made it among the top 10 speakers of the tournament.

 

Motions:

R1: THW not allow family members of prominent politicians (e.g. Clinton, Le Pen, Gandhi and Kenyatta) to run for office
R2: This House Believes That Governments Should Stimulate Renting Rather Than Buying Houses.
R3: THW allow companies to pay more to women who agree not to have children
R4: THBT supreme courts should not be allowed to overturn laws
R5: THW mandate companies to make data on their consumers public in an anonymized fashion

Pro-Am Final:
THBT Highly educated individuals in post-conflict regions have a moral obligation to stay and help rebuild
Semifinals: THR the 2012 decision
(Infoslide: The alien tort statue is a statute that allowed foreign citizens to sue for human-right violations committed outside of the U.S. in U.S. courts from 1980’s to 2012. In 2012 the Supreme Court redefined the interpretation of the statute to no longer cover crimes committed outside of the U.S. )
Grand Final: THW still not be Catholic
(Infoslide: An Angel appears. They tell you the following: “God exists, heaven and hell do not. The Pope is the replacement of Jesus Christ on Earth.”)[:]

DKWien goes East: Pro-Am success in Sofia 2018

[:en]Another great Pro-am Team, Miri Muntean and Marina Kojic, helped to kick off DKWiens Debating season 2018/19 with an incredible success at the Sofia Open. They did however not only do an amazing job as a team, as a quick look at the tab – or better – Marinas memories below reveal.

Participating in a tournament for the first time made me realize a few things:

1. Being part of a Pro-Am team is a bless and a curse.
While I learned a lot from my very experienced and successful team partner Miri, I was afraid of letting her down or knifing our case. Miri did a great job mentoring me and after being first in round 1, I realized that after all it maybe wouldn’t go as bad, and focused on the good sides of having a Pro beside me.

2. Training is good, tournaments are better.
The feedback in Sofia helped me improve my speeches a lot, so after returning home I saw how much better I did in training sessions and also that I felt more comfortable speaking.

3.  Tournaments are great to socialize.
In the end we made it to the final, with Miri being 3rd and I being 10th best speaker of the tournament. We celebrated by enjoying great Bulgarian food with our (new) friends and spending the time before our flight back walking around the beautiful city of Sofia.

Marina & Miri

Motions

R1. THW allow people to sue partners who cheated on them.
R2. THBT Putin is good for Russian power on the international stage.
R3. THBT the Bulgarian government should pay reparations to all those who were subjected to the Revival process.
R4. THBT the western companies and investors should pull out of the Saudi Arabia’s Neom project.
R5. THR the increasing presence of nihilism in popular culture (eg. BoJack Horseman, Rick and Morty etc.)

Semi: TH prefers to be an averagely intelligent person to a genius.
Final: THBT it is NOT legitimate to shame public figures for beliefs and non-criminal actions from their youth (e.g. partying, alcohol consumption, soft drug use, political views etc.)[:de]Another great Pro-am Team, Miri Muntean and Marina Kojic, helped to kick off DKWiens Debating season 2018/19 with an incredible success at the Sofia Open. They did however not only do an amazing job as a team, as a quick look at the tab – or better – Marinas memories below reveal.

Participating in a tournament for the first time made me realize a few things:

1. Being part of a Pro-Am team is a bless and a curse.
While I learned a lot from my very experienced and successful team partner Miri, I was afraid of letting her down or knifing our case. Miri did a great job mentoring me and after being first in round 1, I realized that after all it maybe wouldn’t go as bad, and focused on the good sides of having a Pro beside me.

2. Training is good, tournaments are better.
The feedback in Sofia helped me improve my speeches a lot, so after returning home I saw how much better I did in training sessions and also that I felt more comfortable speaking.

3.  Tournaments are great to socialize.
In the end we made it to the final, with Miri being 3rd and I being 10th best speaker of the tournament. We celebrated by enjoying great Bulgarian food with our (new) friends and spending the time before our flight back walking around the beautiful city of Sofia.

Marina & Miri

Motions

R1. THW allow people to sue partners who cheated on them.
R2. THBT Putin is good for Russian power on the international stage.
R3. THBT the Bulgarian government should pay reparations to all those who were subjected to the Revival process.
R4. THBT the western companies and investors should pull out of the Saudi Arabia’s Neom project.
R5. THR the increasing presence of nihilism in popular culture (eg. BoJack Horseman, Rick and Morty etc.)

Semi: TH prefers to be an averagely intelligent person to a genius.
Final: THBT it is NOT legitimate to shame public figures for beliefs and non-criminal actions from their youth (e.g. partying, alcohol consumption, soft drug use, political views etc.)[:]

DK Wien@Prague Open 2018: A Fresher’s Perspective

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Participating in international competitions is probably the best part of debating. For those who don’t believe that yet, here’s how one of our newest members (Barbara Neuwirth) experienced her first time debating abroad. To put it in Mr. Trump’s words: It was just so great! 

Joy and Babsi at the River Vltava (Moldau), just being tourists

Just before uni started again, DK Wien sent a delegation of four debaters (Joy Edobor, Tommi Deimel, Katrin Fallmann and myself) to the lovely city of Prague, well known capital of beer, as well as of the Czech Republic itself. Having started debating only a few months prior to that, I must admit I was quite excited (better: super nervous) to take part in my first international debating competition. Would I get kicked out because my English was too bad? Would I vomit over the Judges? Would Katrin deeply regret pro-aming me due to a, then expected, major tearful breakdown?

Luckily, neither of those things happened. We faced only one slightly embarrassing incident on the train ride, when Katrin and I came to the painful realisation that our chosen team name “Czech us some beer” (German speakers will know) doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to an English native.
We’ll try better next time.

Day 1

Arriving at the location the following day, the National Scout Hall, what we found was a majestic old building right next to the famous astrological clock in the middle of Prague’s historical town centre. Debating with a view of one of Europe’s prettiest town squares created the feeling of delivering a speech of considerable importance, which might have helped me to calm down a bit. Looking back, that was me entering what I’ll call “politician mode”.
Both our teams did amazingly well in the first two rounds, where we all finished 2nd debating about political satire and state-run brothels – topics that I was pleasantly surprised with! Being a bit tired during the 3rd round, we had a harder time with a cheeky little Trump motion. Admittedly, I should’ve expected this in 2018.
Already looking forward to a well-deserved dinner and drink after the last round, a big surprise was waiting for us in the announcement hall: Katrin and I had broken and Tommi and Joy had, while narrowly missing the break, also done an incredible job in the last round!
Of course, being responsible adults, this didn’t come without a minor inconvenience: Celebrations hat to be cut a bit short that night to be able to get some rest before the next round on Sunday.

Final’s Day

Babsi, Katrin, Tommi, Joy

When the semi-final motion “TH, as the EU, would go ahead and boycott US sanctions imposed on Iran” was announced on the following morning, I realised two things. First, we probably wouldn’t make it to the finals. Secondly, the first thing I’d do right after getting home would be to dive head first into some good reading material on Iran-US relations. (It was not the first thing I did, and recommendations are still appreciated.) It was still a great pleasure to be able to listen to the other great speeches, foremost my own partner’s, the club’s designated expert on IR.

Finally,  Joy and I made good use of the stunning late summer weather in Prague when we successfully climbed up the hill to explore Prague’s gorgeous castle before taking the train back home to Vienna. Thanks Joy and Tommi for a great weekend and especially Katrin for taking me with her. I’m really looking forward to all the debates to come!

Motions

R1. THR the rise of satire as a means of political criticism.
R2. THW introduce state-run brothels.
R3. THBT it is the morally correct path for those who oppose Trump to depart the administration rather than trying to block it from within.
R4. THW subsidise banks to disproportionally direct loans to poor communities and individuals.
Semi: TH, as the EU, would go ahead and boycott US sanctions imposed on Iran.
Final: THBT atheists should try to convince religious people that there is no god.[:de]

Participating in international competitions is probably the best part of debating. For those who don’t believe that yet, here’s how one of our newest members (Barbara Neuwirth) experienced her first time debating abroad. To put it in Mr. Trump’s words: It was just so great! 

Joy and Babsi at the River Vltava (Moldau), just being tourists

Just before uni started again, DK Wien sent a delegation of four debaters (Joy Edobor, Tommi Deimel, Katrin Fallmann and myself) to the lovely city of Prague, well known capital of beer, as well as of the Czech Republic itself. Having started debating only a few months prior to that, I must admit I was quite excited (better: super nervous) to take part in my first international debating competition. Would I get kicked out because my English was too bad? Would I vomit over the Judges? Would Katrin deeply regret pro-aming me due to a, then expected, major tearful breakdown?

Luckily, neither of those things happened. We faced only one slightly embarrassing incident on the train ride, when Katrin and I came to the painful realisation that our chosen team name “Czech us some beer” (German speakers will know) doesn’t make any sense whatsoever to an English native.
We’ll try better next time.

Day 1

Arriving at the location the following day, the National Scout Hall, what we found was a majestic old building right next to the famous astrological clock in the middle of Prague’s historical town centre. Debating with a view of one of Europe’s prettiest town squares created the feeling of delivering a speech of considerable importance, which might have helped me to calm down a bit. Looking back, that was me entering what I’ll call “politician mode”.
Both our teams did amazingly well in the first two rounds, where we all finished 2nd debating about political satire and state-run brothels – topics that I was pleasantly surprised with! Being a bit tired during the 3rd round, we had a harder time with a cheeky little Trump motion. Admittedly, I should’ve expected this in 2018.
Already looking forward to a well-deserved dinner and drink after the last round, a big surprise was waiting for us in the announcement hall: Katrin and I had broken and Tommi and Joy had, while narrowly missing the break, also done an incredible job in the last round!
Of course, being responsible adults, this didn’t come without a minor inconvenience: Celebrations hat to be cut a bit short that night to be able to get some rest before the next round on Sunday.

Final’s Day

Babsi, Katrin, Tommi, Joy

When the semi-final motion “TH, as the EU, would go ahead and boycott US sanctions imposed on Iran” was announced on the following morning, I realised two things. First, we probably wouldn’t make it to the finals. Secondly, the first thing I’d do right after getting home would be to dive head first into some good reading material on Iran-US relations. (It was not the first thing I did, and recommendations are still appreciated.) It was still a great pleasure to be able to listen to the other great speeches, foremost my own partner’s, the club’s designated expert on IR.

Finally,  Joy and I made good use of the stunning late summer weather in Prague when we successfully climbed up the hill to explore Prague’s gorgeous castle before taking the train back home to Vienna. Thanks Joy and Tommi for a great weekend and especially Katrin for taking me with her. I’m really looking forward to all the debates to come!

Motions

R1. THR the rise of satire as a means of political criticism.
R2. THW introduce state-run brothels.
R3. THBT it is the morally correct path for those who oppose Trump to depart the administration rather than trying to block it from within.
R4. THW subsidise banks to disproportionally direct loans to poor communities and individuals.
Semi: TH, as the EU, would go ahead and boycott US sanctions imposed on Iran.
Final: THBT atheists should try to convince religious people that there is no god.[:]

[:en]Historical success at the World Championships 2018 in Mexico City[:de]Historischer Erfolg bei den Weltmeisterschaften 2018 in Mexico City[:]

[:en]

DKWien is celebrating a big success story in it’s history: 

For the first time  an Austrian team made it into the Top Ten best teams at the World Championships in Debating 2018 in Mexico City. Melanie Sindelar and Dariusch Klett broke as the 8th best team in the English as a second language (ESL) category and therefore entered the quarterfinals. In total, 16 teams can make it into the ESL quarterfinals. Some ESL teams decided to compete in the native category, and therefore gave up their spots in the ESL break. Nevertheless, even if they are counted to the total ESL ranking, DKWien has scored the 15th place and would have therefore been included in the break either way, despite even fiercer competition. 

Dariusch Klett furthermore landed the 6th best speaker award in the category EFL (English as a foreign language). In the total speaker ranking, Melanie Sindelar remains the best speaker from Austria. 

Hearty Congratulations to the team!

Vienna A: Melanie Sindelar & Dariusch Klett

The whole DKWien Contingent for Mexico Worlds 2018

 

 

 

 [:de]

Der Debattierklub Wien hat einen großen Erfolg in der Geschichte des Klubs zu feiern. 

Zum aller ersten Mal hat es ein österreichisches Team unter die Top 10 der besten Teams der Welt bei den Debattierweltmeisterschaften 2018 in Mexico City geschafft. Melanie Sindelar sowie Dariusch Klett haben als Vienna A im ESL-Break den 8. Platz erreicht und durften somit in das Viertelfinale der Kategorie Englisch als Zweitsprache (ESL) einziehen. Ingesamt dürfen 16 Teams in das Viertelfinale einziehen. Einige fremdsprachige Teams entschieden sich in der Englisch als Muttersprache Kategorie anzutreten, und fielen daher aus dem ESL Break. In der Gesamtreihung aller fremdsprachiger Teams jedoch werden sie aufgeführt – darin nimmt der Debattierklub Wien den 15. Platz ein (und wäre damit ebenso im Viertelfinale gewesen trotz stärkerer Konkurrenz). 

Dariusch Klett konnte in der Kategorie Englisch als Fremdsprache den 6. Platz ergattern. Melanie Sindelar blieb in der Gesamtwertung aller RednerInnen die beste Rednerin aus Österreich. 

Wir gratulieren dem Team sehr herzlich!

 

Vienna A: Melanie Sindelar & Dariusch Klett

Die DKWien Delegation bei den Weltmeisterschaften 2018 in Mexico City

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Vienna IV 2017 – Einladung zur Finaldebatte

Dieses Wochendende richtet der Debattierklub Wien das international prestigeträchtige Turnier Vienna IV 2017 aus. An dem diesjährigen Turnier nehmen Debattanten aus vielen Ländern des Kontinents teil.
Das Finale findet im Festsaal der Universität Wien statt- dort werden die Besten des Turniers um den Titel “Sieger des VIV 2017” kämpfen.
Dieses Finale ist öffentlich und der Eintritt ist frei.
Der Debattierklub Wien freut sich auf Ihr Kommen.

Wann und wo?

Sonntag, 21. Mai 14:00 Uhr

Großer Festsaal der Universität Wien
Universitätsring 1
Wien

 

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This year’s Vienna IV brings some of the best debaters the continent has to offer to Vienna. As one of the most prestigious competitions in Europe, Vienna IV 2017 celebrates the art of debating in Austria and connects the local with the international debating scene.
The Grand Final is a public debate in which the best teams of the tournament will compete for the win.
We are happy to welcome you on the 21st of May in the main ceremonial chamber of the University of Vienna.

Final Debate: 21st May, 2pm

Großer Festsaal der Universität Wien
Universitätsring 1
Vienna, Austria

Free Entrance !

https://www.facebook.com/events/1976775372608872/

 

 

 

 

JEF