ARGO Open 2018 - Individual Registration
Personal Details
First name: *
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Last name: *
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Debate institution: *
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Country of residence: *
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Mobile number: *
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Email *
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Date of birth: *
In what quality are you participating as at the tournament? *
If you are an adjudicator,
please specify your judging experience in the World Schools format and debating in general:
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If you are an independent adjudicator, where would you like to be accomodated?
Tournament Details
If you are a debater,
please tell us the name of your team:
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Dietary preferences: *
Do you require extra nights of accommodation or special accommdation needs/prefferences? *
(You will be accommodated according to your delegation's initial registration entry. If you want to make any changes, please let us know in advance) *NOTE: if you book an extra night in a single room the cost is 50 EUR instead of 20 EUR.
How do you prefer to be accommodated? *
Gender: *
Arrival details (location, date, time):
We will send volunteers to pick you up in Ploiești. If you need any extra info on getting here (e.g. from the airport), please contact us.
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Visa Details:
(If you require one - you will find basic visa information at
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National identification number:
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Home address:
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Note to organizers:
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I herby certify that I have read the Rules of Conduct and Terms of Registration for ARGO Open 2018 and accept these terms: *
This form belongs to the Romanian Association for Thinking and Oratory/ Asociatia Română pentru Gândire și Oratorie (ARGO) and filling it represents consent for ARGO debate to contact you via the the information that you provide regarding ARGO Open International Schools Debating Tournament or other international debating events.

In the case of visa applicants we require information such as national ID numbers, passaport numbers and home addresses. These will be solely used to aid the Visa applicants in the Visa process.

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1) Right to information
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If you wish to access the data we have regarding your person or you wish us to delete it just email us at!

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