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Alex Dukalskis graduated from Willamette University in the United States, where he studied politics, philosophy and sociology. He debated there for 3 years. Alex was a successful national and international debater at Willamette, advancing to quarterfinals in the national championship and winning the IDEA International Tournament in Lithuania. After graduation, Alex was awarded a Fulbright scholarship. After completing his Fulbright year in South Korea, he studied for and was awarded a master's degree in Human Rights at the London School of Economics (LSE). Since February of this year he has been working with IDEA doing training, event organizing and program coordination in a number of countries, including South Korea, Mongolia, Uganda, and the Czech Republic.
Alex, just wanted to say that I've been watching your edits on the recent changes page. Keep it up. Make sure to engage in discussion on the main discussion page, where you can also draw attention to the work that you are doing, and draw other users into helping you perform your editing objectives.--Brooks Lindsay 21:57, 4 November 2007 (CST)
Welcome from the founder and editor of Debatepedia
Welcome to the Debatepedia community! You're a founding user and editor of an amazing and important movement. Imagine the importance to the world of a "Wikipedia of debate and reasoning". We encourage every new user to look over the getting started tutorial. You can ask me any questions on my user discussion page Brooks Lindsay 15:14, 23 October 2007 (CDT) or go to the Main Page discussion page and engage in general discussion about the site. Don't forget to sign all your community comments/questions with ~~~~ at the end of the comment. This let's other users know that you made a comment so that they can go to your user page and communicate with you.
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