1. This debate took place as a part of the Morocco Debate Exchange, a partnership between the Institute for Leadership and Communication Studies (ILCS), Mohammad V University, and St. John's University, New York City. This was one of two final debates about the Arab Spring, featuring students from Mohammed V University. It lasts about 30 minutes.

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  2. This is a final debate held during the 2012 Morocco Debate Exchange, a cooperative educational program sponsored by the Institute for Leadership & Communication Studies in Rabat (ILCS) as well as St. John's University, New York City and Mohammed V University, Rabat. Here students will debate assigned positions on a topic that they have 15 minutes to prepare arguments for. The students are not representing their personal views, but an assigned position given to them by the instructor.

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  3. This is a session on how to find the clash in a motion for a WUDC debate. It was presented as a part of the 2012 Morocco Debate Exchange, sponsored by the Institute for Leadership and Communication Studies and St. John's University, New York City.

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  4. Misbah Hyder from St. John's University lectures on how to approach a motion in a Worlds debate during the 2012 Morocco debate exchange sponsored by ILCS, Rabat and St. John's University, New York.

    this session is about an hour long.

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  5. Dr. Steve Llano, St. John's University, New York opens the beginner session on WUDC format debating at the 2012 Morocco Debate exchange hosted by the Institute for Leadership and Communication Studies (ILCS) in Rabat.

    This video is suitable for those with minimal or no exposure to BP/Worlds format debating.

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Debating in Morocco

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