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Demo debate: Violent video games should be banned

The trainers from the Mixed Teams Track of the 2013 IDEA Asia Youth Forum took part in a demo debate on the motion that violent video games should be banned, as part of our year-long focus on the subject of digital freedoms. The debate was judged by the participants of the Coaches and Judges Track as part of their assessment by tournament staff for the Asia Karl Popper Debate Championship. The debate showcased the Karl Popper debate format and different strategies for argumentation, refutation and cross-examination for all Forum participants.

The six debaters were:

Affirmative

  1. Sherzod Abdujabborov, Tajikistan
  2. Bianca Dragomir, Romania
  3. Victor Baguilat, Philippines

Negative

  1. Ioan Nascu, Romania
  2. Sinha Humayun, Bangladesh
  3. Kai Klandorf, Estonia

About the Asia Youth Forum

The Asia Youth Forum, one of many regional versions of the IDEA Global Youth Forum, is a two-week experience that combines the Karl Popper Debate Championship, educational tracks (including our Mixed Teams Track which brings students from different countries and different levels of experience together in a peer-to-peer learning experience) and tournaments that allow the speakers to put their newly-acquired skills into practice. Find out more at ayf.idebate.org

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