Aly, Ejona, Monica, and Tabatha
OR

THE FIFA 2014 WORLD
CUP IN BRAZIL?
BRAZIL
AND

THE WORLD CUP
Outline
A.
•
•
•
•
•



Explosion of Discontent: June 2013 and ongoing protests
Reasons for Protests
Demonstrators
Govern...
Explosion of Discontent:
Riots and Protests

1. “I love soccer but we need
schools” among other
reasons
• Teachers wages
...
2.
•
•
•
•

Who are participating?
Students
Teachers
Commuters
Civilians

3. Are there unions or
organizations involved?
•...

Facts


Protests spread in different cities
350000
300000
250000
200000
150000
100000

People involved

50000
0

• Dead: ...
Achievements and
Future

1.
•
•
•
•
•

What have they achieved?
Transport
Healthcare
Education
Corruption
Reforms

2. Are...
Economical Outcomes

• How the FIFA World Cup 2014 has and will influence
Brazil’s economy?
Tourists flow and
spending

Did you change your
mind?


OR
References


 Biller, D & Panjy, T (2013) "Brazil Riots Threaten World Cup as Nation Prepares
for Games" in Bloomberg on...
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  1. 1. Aly, Ejona, Monica, and Tabatha
  2. 2. OR THE FIFA 2014 WORLD CUP IN BRAZIL?
  3. 3. BRAZIL AND THE WORLD CUP
  4. 4. Outline A. • • • • •  Explosion of Discontent: June 2013 and ongoing protests Reasons for Protests Demonstrators Government Intervention Facts Achievements and Future B. Economical Outcomes • How the FIFA World Cup 2014 has and will influence Brazil’s economy? • Investments • Employment and GDP • Income and Tax Collection • Tourist inflow and spending
  5. 5. Explosion of Discontent: Riots and Protests  1. “I love soccer but we need schools” among other reasons • Teachers wages • Increase in public transportation fares • High corruption • Police brutality • Increase in price of basic consumer goods • Tax rises
  6. 6. 2. • • • • Who are participating? Students Teachers Commuters Civilians 3. Are there unions or organizations involved? • Black Blocs 4. Government measures • Federal Riot Police
  7. 7.
  8. 8. Facts  Protests spread in different cities 350000 300000 250000 200000 150000 100000 People involved 50000 0 • Dead: 10 people • Injured: 250 people • Arrested: 651 people
  9. 9. Achievements and Future  1. • • • • • What have they achieved? Transport Healthcare Education Corruption Reforms 2. Are they satisfied?
  10. 10. Economical Outcomes  • How the FIFA World Cup 2014 has and will influence Brazil’s economy?
  11. 11. Tourists flow and spending 
  12. 12. Did you change your mind?  OR
  13. 13. References   Biller, D & Panjy, T (2013) "Brazil Riots Threaten World Cup as Nation Prepares for Games" in Bloomberg online  Ernest & Young(2011)"Sustainable Brazil: Social and Economic Impacts of the 2014 World Cup”  Phillips, D. (2013) "World Cup 2014: Brazilians' rage against the state will disrupt the celebration" In The Guardian, The observer.  Rey Mallén, Patricia (2013). "Brazil’s Protests Get More Violent, Reach Brasilia And Threaten The Confederation Soccer Cup". International Business Times. Retrieved 20 June 2013.  BBCNew (oct 2013)"Clashes after teachers protests in Rio and Sao Paulo". In BBC News Latin America and Caribbean.
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