Need tips and evidence to help make your Public Forum debate case as strong as it can be? Look no further! Below the fold you’ll find our breakdown analysis of the current migrant crisis PF debate topic, “Resolved: In response to the current crisis, a government should prioritize the humanitarian needs of refugees over its national interests.”



With the season drawing to a close and the stress of various national tournaments bearing down on debaters across the country, we here at Debate Central wanted to lighten the mood a bit. So, we have consulted hundreds of current and former debaters, and asked for their goofiest, most “extreme” debate tips.



Debate Central was recently made aware of an opportunity for high school and college debaters to win prizes while honing their debate skills! [..]


This year’s Young Patriots scholarship essay contest received hundreds of excellent entries, and the competition was fierce! After much deliberation, our judges have selected the three winning entries. [..]


The National Center for Policy Analysis and Debate Central are proud to announce the opening of the 2014-2015 Young Patriots Essay Contest! Entrants have the opportunity to compete for $10,000 in scholarship money, a free trip to Dallas to be recognized, and more!

The Young Patriots Essay Contest is designed to challenge high school students to creatively solve problems in the realm of economics and public policy through the art of writing. We assign a controversial topic each year and only THREE winners are chosen out of hundreds of essay submissions.

Find the topic and entry instructions by clicking here!


Young Patriots Essay Contest 2013 2014 winners

Last year’s contest winners receiving their awards in Dallas.


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