[Post-Olympic Rio] The legacy of the Games one year later

More than 42 billion Brazilian reals were spent on a 30-day event. For the residents of the city, was it worth it? Besides the memories of the competitions that the entire world watched on TV, what remained after the party was over? In the search for the promised legacy, Institute of Alternative Policies for the Southern Cone (PACS) presents an analysis in the form of a mosaic of issues to show what the situation is like in the Olympic city of Rio de Janeiro one year after the Games.

texts by Instituto Pacs

Translation by Karen Lang

Download the complete report here:

http://www.pacs.org.br/files/2017/07/English-version_Post-Olympic-Rio-.pdf

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For more photos, click here:

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/o-rio-ol%C3%ADmpico-em-imagens-um-ano-depois-e409cd0722c7

 

For more women stories’ in the Olympic City, read here:

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/clashes-in-maria-da-penha-s-workshop-of-dreams-4ffe7192014a

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/m%C3%B4nica-limas-maraca-dictates-the-rhythm-of-resistance-that-will-never-be-silenced-c65088a30baf

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/maria-from-the-street-vendors-movement-pride-in-suffering-e263debc3738

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/edneida-freires-race-between-the-hurdles-of-the-olympic-city-d1e5a09c8d66

https://medium.com/@pacsinstituto/mariza-do-amor-divino-and-the-clothes-line-left-waiting-for-compassion-dd4b2000b0c3

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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