Concern Debates 2016 winners
Following an intense evening of debate on the motion “To defeat terrorism the world must end poverty”, the results were in. The motion was opposed and Cross and Passion Ballycastle were declared the winners of the Concern Debates 2016. Both St. Joseph’s College Lucan and Cross and Passion College Ballycastle delighted the audience with an insightful, thought-provoking debate on the night.
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