On 26th March 2019, APT organized a round of demo debate in order to celebrate International Women’s Day in Balkh.
Students from different universities participated and showed their utmost dedication and interest in debate programs organized by APT.
On March 13th, 2019, APT signed a MoU with Rahnaward University of Mazar Sharif.
The purpose of signing this MoU is to strengthen the collaboration of APT with Rahnaward University and recruit avid debaters, in order to organize debate training and practice workshops for them.
On Tuesday, 26th March 2019, APT organized a round of demo debate in order to honor women and their active participation in bringing change in the society.
Students from four universities; Kabul, Avicenna, Kardan and PDI participated. We were very intrigued by debaters’ high level of enthusiasm, commitment, and dedication. Avicenna University debater won this one round of debate.
APT is pleased to announce that we have established a female debate club in Samangan province on 17th March 2019. Following the track of its activities, this debate club organized a demo debate regarding women inclusion in society and their significant role in improvement of society, for the first time at Mawlana University.
Empowering women through debate is one of our goals at APT.
On March 13th, 2019 APT conducted a round of debate on “The role of women’s right in the Afghan peace process”. Four teams from four different universities had a fruitful debate and offered very strong arguments and resolution on the role of women in the peace negotiations.
Offering very strong and logical arguments, the team representing Kabul University secured the championship position of the round thus we are avid to congratulate on their successful achievement.
APT wishes the teams further future success and thank our honorable partners for their extraordinary efforts for hosting the event.
Accompanied by youths from Kandahar, we were able to complete another debate and research trainings from Feb 18 to March 7, 2019 in this province. These trainings encompassed 35 university students in total, dis-aggregated by 20 male and 15 female participants. Through these training we aimed to support youth enhancing their logical and critical thinking, and sharpening their applied skills in the areas of research and debating.