Tallinn EUDC 2017 Equity Policy If you have any worries, concerns or problems regarding equity questions, then please do not hesitate to ask or consult with the equity team at email@example.com.
Margo is a debate trainer and teacher. He is one of the people who originally started the academic debate movement in Estonia in the mid-1990s. In addition to an active 20-year debate career (debater, coach, trainer), he has served as the CEO and chair of supervisory board of Estonian Debating Society. He has taught debate and argumentation in schools and universities in Estonia, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and elsewhere. His current positions include the development director for SpeakSmart, the Estonian debate training company. Outside of the debating world, he is the chair of the supervisory board of Estonian Network of Nonprofit Association and a member of the management team of the Let’s Do It World Cleanup movement. Margo will be a great member of the equity team not only because he is a very approachable person, but also because he is one of the best mediators in conflicts and everyone who has worked with him knows he solves conflicts in the most rational and peaceful ways. So all participants would feel in the end that justice has been achieved.
Kallina has been involved in debating since 2002, primarily in Greece and the UK. She has attended multiple international competitions, and was on the organising committee of WUDC 2016 and WSDC 2009. She coaches Team Greece at WSDC, and for the last decade has worked extensively in debate outreach programmes - first through the ESU and then independently.
Daan Welling has a large amount of debate experience and organisational experience, winning EUDC and being involved in the organisation of WUDC. He was an Equity Officer for the Berlin IV 2016, campaigned for the introduction of equity in The Netherlands and is an autism awareness and support advocate in The Netherlands. He works at IDEA NL organising debate and political advocacy events for disadvantaged youth.