Cambridge IV 2018

Are you looking for the motions that were debated on the Cambridge IV 2018 ? It was held on the 11/16/2018. If you were there, please check the motions and tell me if anything is wrong. Also, leave a comment and tell us how did you enjoy the tournament.

Here are the motions:

Round 1 motion: This House opposes the attempts by the feminist movement to redefine roles and behaviours traditionally associated wiThis House women (e.g. wanting to be a housewife, wearing make-up and heels) as empowering.
Round 2: This House Supports countries withdrawing from the International Criminal Court in order to create their own regional replacements (e.g. an African Criminal Court, an InterAmerican Criminal Court).
Round 3: In areas of chronically low academic attainment, This House Believes That the general approach of educational charities should be to focus resources on maximising the potential of exceptional students, over helping the lowest achieving.
Round 4: This House Supports the rise of computational creativity (Infoslide: Computational Creativity’ is a scientific field researching AI models that simulate or replicate human creativity. Projects in the field include but are not limited to using AI to script films, compose music, write poetry, and paint).
Round 5: This House Would give legislative veto power to a Future Generations Commission (Infoslide: For the purposes of this debate, a ‘Future Generations Commission’ is an independent body mandated wiThis House mapping the long-term impacts of governmental policy on the young, or unborn generations).
ESL Semi final: Where resources are significantly limited, This House Believes That states should actively promote religion in areas of high poverty.
ESL Final: This House prefers a world in which all children are conceived wiThis House DNA from a global genetic database.
Novice final motion: This House Believes That it is immoral for individuals who have met their basic needs to not donate any excess wealThis House to utility maximising causes.
The Open Quarter Final motion: s Actually, This House Would rather see one innocent man go to jail than see 100 guilty men walk free.
The Open Semi Final motion: THR ‘Operation Car Wash’. (Infoslide: Operation Car Wash’ is a broad investigation conducted in Brazil that revealed extensive corruption. As a result of the operation, the left-leaning Workers’ Party have lost power, and far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro has been elected president)
The Open Final motion: From behind a veil of ignorance, This House would choose to not be born.

0/5 (0 Reviews)

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.