The Moroccan National Debate Team (MNDT) was created in March 2014 and is a first of its kind in North Africa team that competes in international debate and public speaking competitions in English and Arabic. The MNDT was the first ever North African nation to compete in a European Championship and the World Schools Debating Championship (WSDC). The national team is governed by Morocco Debate Association (MDA), which is a non-profit organisation based in the largest city in the Kingdom of Morocco, Casablanca.
Each year, we choose outstanding students. who display potential in speech and debate, and then trained for months to compete at the most prestigious competitions around the world. We strive to be a team of inspiration to our region while producing a high-ranking team and top debaters. Student who go threw are our team have had their lives changed forever and we take tremendous pride in developing the next generation of Moroccan leaders and one of the best national debate teams in Africa.
Our other activities also include an outreach program and hosting debate & public speaking clubs and competitions in different cities. Each summer, we host the Moroccan-Youth Debate Camp, which was the first debate camp in North Africa. We are also the proud organisers of the Moroccan Open Debate Tournament (MODT), which was the first-ever international high school and World Schools Style (WSS) tournament in North Africa.
A) Organise national & international public speaking and debate competitions,
B) Provide public speaking & debate educational services for all ages,
C) Be a source of inspiration to fellow North African nations,
D) Promote free speech & international understanding,
E) Develop opportunities for the youth of Morocco &
F) Achieve international excellence with Team Morocco!
TEAM BEST RESULTS
Champions of Moroccan Open Debate Tournament (2014)
Best Position Paper at North African International Model United Nations (2014)
4th Best Speaker of Parliamentary Debate World Congress (2017)
EFL Semi-Finalists of Parliamentary Debate World Congress (2017)
Best Point of Information Prize at Parliamentary Debate World Congress (2017)