United Nations Association of NZ Secondary Schools Speech Award: Entry Form
"How should we balance climate change issues versus economic growth in New Zealand? Are they mutually exclusive?" is this year’s topic for the United Nations Association of NZ’s annual Speech Award.

Regional events will be held in late March/April and branch winners will be funded to attend our National Conference on Friday,18 May in Wellington to compete on a national level. Speeches are to be 6 to 8 minutes.

This form should be completed by the supervising teacher of the student(s) wishing to enter. For more information, please visit www.unanz.org.nz/National/Speech-Awards or contact us on office@unanz.org.nz or (04) 496 9638.

Name of School *
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Postal Address of School *
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Name of Entrant 1 *
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Age of Entrant 1 *
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Year Level of Entrant 1 *
Name, age, year level of other entrants
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Name of Teacher *
This is the staff member who is responsible for supervising the student(s)
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Contact phone number
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Contact email *
This is the email of the staff member who is responsible for supervising the student(s)
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Region *
Confirmation *
I confirm I am the supervising teacher for the above student(s). The above student(s), if selected to go to the finals, will be accompanied by school staff/personnel or caregiver and abide by the competition rules as published on unanz.org.nz
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