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International Institute of Debate

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15 Décembre 2016 Il y a 7 ans

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Régions concernées par cette opportunité: Ariana et 14 autre(s) régions
Domaines concernées par cette opportunité: Formations

The International Institute of Debate recruits for it’s newest “Cafe Talk competition” 11 teams of 3 members to participate in a training on Moderation, Community Management and Research Mythodology. The different teams will compete to win a grant to finance their project.

The competition will last for 5 months starting from December 2016 and covers 11 Tunisian regions: Tunis, Bizerte, Monastir, Sousse, Sfax, Gabès, Medenine, Gafsa, Kasserine, Siliana, Bèja.


This competition aims to conduct a series of Cafe Talks on 1 CVE (Countering violent extremism) related theme for 3 months in order to develop a youth declaration on “Preventing violent extremism” and a full report on the different aspects and results of the different Cafe Talks.

  • 1 Team of 3 members (moderator, Reporter, Community Manager) will be selected from every region.
  • The 11 selected teams will be trained on Moderation, Community management reporting and Cafe Talk process.
  • Each team has to organise at least 7 Cafe Talks on the different topics set by iiDebate team.
  • A specific reporting of all Cafe Talks has to be submitted to iiDebate team in order to develop the full competition report.
  • After conducting the Cafe Talks, each team has to submit a project idea as their solution to the CVE Theme.
  • A “Cafe Talk Score” will be calculated according to the scoring system attached.
  • 5 Projects will be selected to participate in the competition according to their score and the online vote.
  • 1 winning project will be selected at the national competition where the 5 teams will be pitching their research and projects to a jury of experts.
  • The winning team will benefit a grant of 1000 Dollars in order to implement its project.

For this first edition, The International Institute of Debate chose Preventing Violent Extremism as the main theme of the competition.

The topics chosen to be discussed during the Cafe Talks are inspired from the “7 Priority Areas” of “The United Nations Plan of Action to Prevent Violent Extremism”:

  1. Dialogue & Conflict Prevention.
  2. Strengthening Good Governance, Human Rights and the Rule of Law.
  3. Engaging Communities.
  4. Empowering Youth.
  5. Gender Equality and Empowering Women.
  6. Education, Skill Development and Employment Facilitation.
  7. Strategic Communications, the Internet and Social Media.

In order to adapt those 7 subjects to the Tunisian context, the exact topics of the Cafe Talks will be determined by iiDebate and Cafe Talk team will share them with the selected participants.

Online Call for Application: (02/12/2016)

We will launch a call for application for teams of 3 members (1 moderator, 1 Reporter, 1 Community Manager) to participate in the competition that will last for 5 months.

Selection: (15/12/2016)

We will select 10 teams, one from each region, each team has to be supported by an organisation, association, club or initiative.

The announcement will be via email, social media and phone.

Training for Moderators (Team leaders): (21-22-23/12/2016)

We will organise a Training for Facilitators (TFF) for the moderators of the all teams (10 moderators).

Participants will be trained on moderation, reporting, community management and research.

Training teams: (Until 29/12/2016)

Every moderator will train his team on Cafe Talk, community management and reporting.

Cafe Talks: (Until 31/03/2017)

Every team should organise at least 7 Cafe Talks on the different topics prepared by iiDebate.

Every team will have the freedom to choose which type of Cafe Talk he will use each time in order to collect more points to add to his final score.

The point based system will consider the type of Cafe Talk, the respect of Deadlines, fulfilment of the tasks, reporting…

Every team has to submit a global report on all the Cafe Talks they did.

At the end, every team has to develop a project idea to submit for the competition and the online voting.

Online Vote: (Until 05/04/2017)

iiDebate will launch an online vote for the 10 submitted projects

Nomination: (16/04/2017)

Out of 10 teams only 5 will be selected for the final competition.

The selection criteria will be the sum of online voting, judges score and team score.

Competition: (22-25/04/2017)

The 5 selected teams will be competing during an event to pitch their projects in front of the judges, the criteria to win will be the sum of online voting, judges score and team score.

Public Event: (20/05/2017)

iiDebate will organise a public event (press conference) in order to publish the final report related to the chosen theme, and the youth declaration.

During the event, the winning team will present an update on the implementation of their project.

Critères d'éligibilité

  • Be a team of 3 members (Moderator, Reporter, Community Manager).
  • Have a previous experience and engagement in the civil society.
  • Represent / Supported by an NGO, Club, Initiative…
  • Fluent in English.

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Ahmed Boulares

chargée de communication à l\'institut international de débat

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