Debate without borders is an international debate tournament conducted fully over skype. it began in 2013 and continues to this day. we are excited to announce that in 2020, apt partnered with australia’s monash gender, peace, and security centre (monash gps) and monash international affairs society (mias) to organize a series of debates on the role of women, human rights and gender equality issues in the afghan peace process. these policy debates aim to promote women’s active leadership and participation before, during, and after peace negotiations in afghanistan’s peace process.​

Debate without borders FORM

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AFGHAN- AUSTRALIAN INTERCOLLEGIATE
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Afghans for Progressive Thinking (APT)

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Monash University

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Afghan-Australian Intercollegiate Previous Rounds

First Debate Round

THB that women should have an influence on the outcome of the intra-Afghan peace

Second Debate Round

THBT the Afghan government and Taliban should agree to an immediate and humaitarian ceasefire in light of the COVID-19 pandemic

Third Debate Round

THBT an international comission should be formed and assigned to protect Afghan women's past achievements during the Intra-Afghan peace negotiations

Forth Debate Round

THBT There is no guarantee in place to protect human rights during and after the afghan peace negotiations

Fifth Debate Round

The House favors youth over experience in the peace negotiation

Sixth Debate Round

Twenty years of the Women, Peace and Security agenda, established by un security council resolution 1325, has transformed ideas and practices of international peace and security

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Meet our partner

Monash Gender, Peace, Security (Monash GPS)
Monash GPS provides research evidence to support the integration of gender perspectives in peace and security policies in Australia, the Asia-Pacific region and globally.

Monash International Affairs Society (MIAS)
The Monash International Affairs Society (MIAS) is a not-for-profit, apolitical, student-led organisation at Monash University that aims to bring together like-minded individuals with a passion for international affairs through our three pillars: Academics; Socials; and Model United Nations.