Debate videos

This page will feature all videos from debate rounds from the Chennai WUDC in 2014. For now no videos of the debate rounds have been released, so all we can offer you is the BID video (quite a lot things were different than promised, right?)

Monash A
UCD L&H B advances
Brandeis A
Nottingham A advances

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TH believes that the ICC should prosecute crimes against the democratic process.
Nottingham A 2G
Oxford A Advances
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Final round: This House would ban abortion at all stages of pregnancy.

Monash University (Australia), Harvard University (USA), Oxford A & Oxford C (UK)

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Final Round, World Universities Peace Invitational Debates 2008, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Sponsored by CIMB Group.
THW use the military against Somali pirates.
1st Govt University of Vermont, Lucas Caress & Sam Natale
1st Opp Ateneo de Manila, Eleano Zosa & Michael Biscocho
2nd Govt Monash, Victor Finkel & Amit Goldin
2nd Opp Sydney, Julia Fetherston & Tim Mooney

Decision: 1 Monash, 2 Sydney,

Semifinal debate at World Universities Peace Invitational Debates 2008.
THBT South American countries should nationalize their natural resources.

1st Govt Queensland A
2nd Govt Monash C advances
1st Opp Harvard A
2nd Opp Vermont A advances

Harvey-Smith, Ivan Ah Sam, Berna, Chandran, Lillin
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This is a presentational debate from the beggining of the World debate institute 2008. Students and trainers debating against each other. Here are the positions:
1st government Darius Niknamfard & Alfred Snider
2nd government Nicol Colston & Jarrad Baker
1st opposition Jacob Klein & Mandy Frank
2nd opposition Steve Llano & Debbie Newman
Motion for the debate:"This House would legalize the sale of organs by individual citizens."
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The final debate of probably the best debate training in the USA (sorry TUNA, but IDAS rules the Europe :) ). The motion for this round was "This House would put security cameras in the public places of city centers.".
Speaking were:1st government Emily Barkdoll & Ethan Backus of Vermont, 2nd government Joshua Miller & Mandy Frank of Vermont, 1st opposition Lee Richmond & Garret Valdez of Tennessee Tech, 2nd opposition Darius Niknamfard & Scott Crespo of Cornell.
Thanks to Tuna's debate blog for the videos.
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