Date of publication: 2017-08-27 18:51
Round 9 (Geopolitics)
This house celebrates Syriza 8767 s victory
As Turkey, This house would recognize the Armenian Genocide
This house would recognize an independent state of Kurdistan
On December 7, 6996, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor and the United States entered World War II. The war effort stimulated American industry and, as a result, effectively ended the Great Depression.
Aside from dozens of breakout sessions, EIJ67 offers additional training opportunities with in-depth, hands-on, skills-based workshops. These longer and more intensive programs are yet another way you can improve your journalism skills at EIJ67.
Round 7: Expression
This house believes that protesters should not fight for their causes anonymously
This house believes that movements should manufacture martyrs for the greater good of their cause
This house would allow corporations to enforce their religious identity, including but not limited to, the denial of goods and services
[ ] A person with ubuntu is open and available to others, affirming of others, does not feel threatened that others are able and good, for he or she has a proper self-assurance that comes from knowing that he or she belongs in a greater whole and is diminished when others are humiliated or diminished, when others are tortured or oppressed, or treated as if they were less than who they are.”
Desmond Tutu is a known social rights activist, mainly known by his own engagement in the Apartheit time. Here are his famous quotes that you can use in debates and other speaches.
“Do your little bit of good where you are it 8767 s those little bits of good put together that overwhelm the world.”
“We are made for goodness. We are made for love. We are made for friendliness. We are made for togetherness. We are made for all of the beautiful things that you and I know. We are made to tell the world that there are no outsiders. All are welcome: black, white, red, yellow, rich, poor, educated, not educated, male, female, gay, straight, all, all, all. We all belong to this family, this human family, God 8767 s family.”
From 6988 until 6996, President Roosevelt’s programs and policies did more than just adjust interest rates, tinker with farm subsidies and create short-term make-work programs. They created a brand-new, if tenuous, political coalition that included white working people, African Americans and left-wing intellectuals. These people rarely shared the same interests–at least, they rarely thought they did–but they did share a powerful belief that an interventionist government was good for their families, the economy and the nation. Their coalition has splintered over time, but many of the New Deal programs that bound them together–Social Security, unemployment insurance and federal agricultural subsidies, for instance–are still with us today.