II Debate de Jóvenes sobre la Actualidad Política en España

Written on February 28, 2013 by Roberto Arribas in General

Oficina del Alumno:

debate jovenes politicos madsegLos próximos días 7 y 11 de marzo el Club de Debate IEU invita a los estudiantes de IE a asistir  a la segunda edición del Debate de Jóvenes sobre la Actualidad Política en España (en español), una actividad en la que alumnos y jóvenes menores de 21, representantes de las ideas y de los partidos mayoritarios, debatirán e intercambiarán perspectivas sobre la situación actual en España.   

Este año se celebrará un debate en el campus de Segovia el jueves día 7 (a las 18:00 en el Refectorio) y otro en IE Business School de Madrid el lunes día 11 (también a las 18:00, en aula E101 de María de Molina 4).   Las sesiones están abiertas tanto a claustro de profesores como a alumnos de la universidad.    

Para asistir se ruega confirmación mediante email a Alejandro Polanco (apol.bballbmad2012@student.ie.edu). 

(English Version)

On the 7th and 11th of March the Debate Club of IEU is proud to invite you to their second edition of the Debate de Jóvenes sobre la Actualidad Política en España (in Spanish), an event in which student and invited youths under 21 years of age will represent the ideas and political platforms of important parties for a debate and exchange of different perspectives regarding the current socio-economic situation in Spain. 

This year, one debate will take place at the IEU campus in Segovia on Thursday the 7th (at 18:00 in the Refectory) while another separate debate will be held at the Business School on Monday the 11th (also at 18:00, in Room E101, María de Molina 4).   Attendance to these sessions is open to both professors and students of the university. 

If you or students from your faculty are interested in attending, please confirm via email to Alejandro Polanco (apol.bballbmad2012@student.ie.edu). 

This information can also be found on the “IE University Student Office” Facebook group, on Campus Online, and on physical posters at both campuses.


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