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#Kavanaugh Bears the Burden of Proof: #WhyIDidntReport #MeToo

The question isn’t whether he can win confirmation—it’s whether he can defend against the charge he faces in a manner that is both persuasive and honorable. Source: The Atlantic by Benjamin Wittes @benjaminwittes Editor in chief of Lawfare and a … Continue reading

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Video – Sample Debate with Judge’s Decision: Colegios de Iquique debaten en inglés

This house believes that the internet is the new opiate of the masses” es el tema sobre el cual basaron su exposición los equipos de 6 colegios en el Torneo de Debates de Inglés que organiza el Programa Inglés Abre … Continue reading

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OECD 50th Anniversary Video Competition: Win A Trip To Paris, France!

ATTENTION! To celebrate the OECD’s 50th Anniversary, young people worldwide are invited to create a short video describing their vision of Progress. Who is Eligible? The competition is open to young people (18-25 years) in every country worldwide. How to … Continue reading

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Teaching Debate in Chile

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