Judges' Registration Form: MYDT @ ICNA 2022
Assalamu Alaykum.

Jazakum Allahu Khairan for your interest in judging at the Muslim Youth Debate Tournament in partnership with the ICNA Convention.

The preliminary rounds will take place ONLINE via zoom on Saturday, May 21st
The final rounds will take place at ICNA IN-PERSON on Sunday, May 29th. (This year’s site is the Baltimore Convention center).

Please complete the registration form below.

The MYDT Organizing Team
http://debate.mafiq.org
debate@mafiq.org
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PERSONAL INFORMATION
Your Name: *
Your e-mail address: *
Your Phone Number: *
Please tell us a bit about yourself (optional)
(Who you are, what you do, and why you offered your time for the MYDT judging, and what you anticipate from this platform.)
Any Conflicts of Interest (CoI)?
Please indicate if you have anyone who is directly related to you. If in both categories, type the names of the debaters/teams.
Have you judged any of our past Muslim Youth Debate Tournaments? *
AVAILABILITY (check off as many as applicable)
Please note that because the debaters will be middle and high school students, we cannot take judges below college-age.
ONLINE: Saturday, May 21st, 2022 *
Required
JUDGES' TRAINING INFORMATION
After registering to judge for the tournament, you will be required to complete a judges' training and orientation which will tentatively include reading material, watching videos, and a short orientation. Note that this year's training and orientation will be different, and it is not sufficient that you have attended past orientations as the rules may have changed.
Have you attended a previous MYDT judges' orientation? *
WAIVER. (Please check off each box) *
Required
Thank you for completing the form. We look forward to having you judge, inshaAllah.
You will be receiving further information regarding judges' training closer to the tournament date.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, please contact Br. Ayman Chowdhury at chowdhuryayman1@gmail.com.
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