Brazil at Play the Game 2013
Brazil and the various issues the country is facing with regards to the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympic Games was a theme, which was largely debated at the Play the Game 2013 conference, 28-31 October 2013 in Aarhus, Denmark.
Play the Game has gathered the material related to Brazil on these pages and invites you to take a look at the many articles, presentations, audios and videos about the subject.
Mega-events and democracy: The Brazilian challenge
Video on demand:
- Andrew Jennings - Who wants to go to Qatar? Hands up!
- Saint-Clair Milesi - FIFA World Cup in Brazil: Legacy, myths and (mis)perceptions
- Brenno d'Aguiar de Souza - The challenges of hosting major sports events: The case of Brazil
- Katia Rubio - Brazilian sport through the athletes' lens
- Andrew Jennings - Who wants to go to Qatar in 2022? Hands up!
Brazil 2014 and 2016: Power games or people's games?
- Christopher Gaffney - “Não vai ter Copa”: Brazilians vs. Brazil 2014
- Dennis Pauschinger - Brazilian Public Security for whom? Cultural Implications of the Global Security Models at the World Cup 2014
- Elizabeth Martin - Killing for you: How Brazil is preparing for the World Cup and the Olympics
- Kimberly S. Schimmel - Extending the Reach of US Counter-Terrorism Policy Through Sport Mega-Events
Mega-events, legislation and legacy
- Karolina Tetlak - Legal legacy of the Olympic Games – an emerging issue
- Carolina Cézar Ribeiro - The impact of the 2014 World Cup on Brazilian law
- Ryan Gauthier - Hosting Sporting Mega-Events in the BRICS - Labour Law Concerns
- Stephen Frawley - Sport Legacy and the Hosting of Mega-Sport Events
- Gorana Gavrilov - Managing Sports Event Volunteers