alexa International Forensics Collaborations in Debate as a Tool for Empowerment Advancing Global Learning, Cultural Understanding and Critical Dialogue

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International Forensics Collaborations in Debate as a Tool for Empowerment Advancing Global Learning, Cultural Understanding and Critical Dialogue

In previous JTH articles, Dr. Joyce Pittman′s [1][2] conversations were centered around understanding different dimensions of educational tourism and their relationship to building social capital, advancing global learning in higher education, and utilizing technological advances to close the education and digital divides, especially in third world regimes.This article advances dialogue from identifying the issues that plague those in the third world to exploring potential solutions to empower them. International forensics, specifically parliamentary debate, has emerged as a new potential tool in the conversation about global learning, cultural exchange, and closing the educational divide.

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