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theolebris
Con (against)
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JamesxGamesYT
Pro (for)

Do we have to teach to indigenous populations how to live in society ?

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Started: 11/21/2017 Category: Society
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Debating Period
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theolebris

Con

Development is very important for us, that's why we try to "help" these population. We think it's a better situation for them to integrate the society; however, the example of aborigen in Australia show us that is a very complicated situation.
JamesxGamesYT

Pro

Just because it is complicated dosen't mean we shouldn't help them. You conceded that it was very important, and it is. Because of this, I urge a Aff vote.
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Posted by Leaning 2 years ago
Leaning
http://www.australianstogether.org.au...
http://tvtropes.org...
Couple sites with a small bit of information. Only other things I can think off the top of my head are Native Americans treatment by The United States of America. Maybe missionaries of any belief.
Posted by Defro 2 years ago
Defro
interesting debate, but I don't have time to research.
Can you provide context about the aborigines in Australia?
Maybe I will challenge you.
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