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Dobble Debate

debating with a difference

Dobble Debate is a game that uses play and humour to help people talk and learn about disabilities.

Why use the word "disabilities"? Dobble Debate recognizes that every individual's life experience is different, and changes significantly based on their current environment. Therefore, we would like to refine our use of the term disability by explicitly acknowledging the D/deaf and hard of hearing, disability, differing abilities, autism, and neurodiversity plus (DDDAND+) communities. This acronym does not cover all the diverse identities usually lumped under 'disability'; we are using it to draw attention to the variety of human experience and everyday innovation. Please get in touch if you would like to comment or give us feedback.

Play a Ready-to-Go Game or get inspired by Pre-baked examples.

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The Bake-your-Own guide and assets can help you to create your own game.

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Check out our Educator's Guide to learn more about Dobble Debate.

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