Global Debate and Public Policy Challenge
The Global Debate and Public Policy Challenge offers undergraduates across disciplines and continents an opportunity to explore issues of global importance from different points of view.
The Challenge enables participants, regardless of their field of study, to develop their capacity to critically engage issues of public policy that affect them and the communities they live in.
IDEA and its partners believe that to respond to the challenges of an interdependent world, students should develop while at university a sense of responsibility for their fellow human beings, an acceptance of their personal role in creating open societies, and be equipped with the tools to find and advocate for solutions to global policy questions.
The Global Debate & Public Policy Challenge hopes to attract as wide a range of students into the realm of policy advocacy as possible.
The Challenge is open to all students formally enrolled full-time in an “undergraduate program”. For the purpose of the Challenge, an “undergraduate program” shall be defined as including any first degree/certificate course in a tertiary educational establishment/university anywhere in the world at the time of registration.
There is no age restriction. Any questions regarding eligibility should be directed to email@example.com.
Find more information on the application deadline and how to apply here.