Expanded: IPPF To Allow More Than One Entry Per School

Expanded: IPPF To Allow More Than One Entry Per School

For the first time, the Bickel & Brewer/New York University International Public Policy Forum (IPPF) will allow more than one entry per school. The change will be effective during the 2012-13 competition, which is focused on climate change.

Allowing more than one entry per school will give large debate programs the opportunity  to involve more students. Additionally, if there are multiple student groups within a school that want to compete – now they can.  (For instance, both a debate team and an English class from one school can submit separate essays.) However, the IPPF does recommend each team consist of at least three to eight students.

As always, the IPPF is free and open to all public and private schools around the world. Students compete for cash awards and prizes. The final eight teams earn an all-expenses-paid trip to the IPPF Finals in New York City, where the IPPF World Champion is awarded a $10,000 (USD) grand prize!

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