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GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure


Debate is a process that involves formal discussion on a particular topic. In a debate, opposing arguments are put forward to argue for opposing viewpoints. Debate occurs in public meetings, academic institutions, and legislative assemblies. It is a formal type of discussion, often with a moderator and an audience, in addition to the debate participants.

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Organizations relating to Debate

Rassemblement pour l'Europe fédérale / Est. 1989
Centre de rencontres et d'études des dirigeants des administrations fiscales / Est. 1982
Women in Dialogue / Est. 1975
International Association for Intercultural Communication Studies / Est. 1991
Centre international de rencontres interculturelles
Nansen Dialogue Network
Worldwide Marriage Encounter / Est. 1952
Joint International Commission for the Theological Dialogue between the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church / Est. 1979
Centre international de rencontres et d'ateliers culturelles - Fernand Goosse, Marcourt
Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue / Est. 1964
European Network for East-West Dialogue / Est. 1984
Asia Cooperation Dialogue / Est. 2002
Global Dialog Association / Est. 1989
BestCities Global Alliance / Est. 2000
World Schools Debating Championships / Est. 1988
Vienna Institute for International Dialogue and Cooperation / Est. 1987
Trans Atlantic Dialogue on European Broadcasting
Dialogue for European Alternatives
Pentecostal Assemblies of the West Indies International / Est. 1958
Pentecostal Assemblies of the World / Est. 1919
International Association of Conference Centres - Scandinavia
General Council of the Assemblies of God / Est. 1914
Culture et communication / Est. 1993
Fonds international pour l'aide à la traduction et à l'interprétation dans les congrès et réunions internationales organisés par les ONG
Indochina Project / Est. 1979

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World Problems relating to Debate

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Ineffectiveness and inefficiency of intercultural meetings
Denial of right of assembly
Restriction of freedom of expression
Complex instructions to operate equipment
Erosion of religious belief by ecumenical dialogue
Tokenistic meeting resolutions
Irresponsible expression of emotions equated with free speech
Generation communication gap
Inappropriate arguments
Polarization of local conflicts
Violent repression of trade union demonstrations
Devaluation of discourse
Distrust of political dialogue
Unlawful assembly
Politicization of intergovernmental organizational debate
Violent repression of demonstrations
Prohibition of trade union meetings
Inadequate political dialogue and review
Expensive meeting space
Ineffectiveness and inefficiency of interdisciplinary meetings
Curtailment of parliamentary debate
Media commercialization of public debate

Action Strategies relating to Debate

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Promoting intergovernmental dialogue
Promoting sustainability through cross-sectoral dialogue
Maintaining record of past encounter
Enriching political debate
Providing conditions for dialogue between different perspectives
Discussing foreign affairs on internet
Promoting transatlantic environmental dialogue
Strengthening intercultural dialogue
Promoting social and economic dialogue
Engaging in ecumenical dialogue
Holding religious dialogue
Promoting transatlantic business dialogue
Promoting transatlantic labour dialogue
Promoting transatlantic consumer dialogue
Using the internet for conferencing
Promoting transatlantic legislators dialogue
Promoting transatlantic development dialogue
Providing additional gathering places
Exchanging systematists
Promoting dialogue
Opening government dialogue
Dialoguing between churches
Maintaining dialogue between trade, development and environment communities
Providing encounter experiences of significance

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