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World Cup protesters rally behind #NotGoingtoBrazil to air frustrations

Over the weekend, #NotGoingtoBrazil and #NoVoyABrasilPorque became populist hotbeds of anger and frustration at the Brazilian government. While these hashtags are certainly reminiscent of #SochiProblems, the tweets are less focused on unfinished hotels and toilet troubles and more on the underlying political and infrastructural problems that have plagued this World Cup.

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Com 54.333 votos, a FIFA faturou a medalha de bronze no ranking das Piores Empresas do Mundo do Public Eye Awards 2014, que no ano passado deu à Shell (talvez a mais ecocida das empresas petrolíferas) a medalha de ouro: http://bit.ly/1nJIBca

Uma espécie de Oscar irônico, que intenta fazer uma denúncia contra os “premiados” e trazer visibilidade às práticas e políticas das mega-corporações transnacionais, o Public Eye Awards vigia e delata as empresas capitalistas mais escrotas do planeta. Para ser eleita, a empresa precisa ter comprovados efeitos deletérios de destroçamento da Natureza e violação dos direitos humanos fundamentais.

Em 2012 o Brasil já marcou presença entre os campeões deste torneio de crime corporativo com a eleição da Vale; agora, em 2014, a FIFA entra para o Pódio da Vergonha pelo que tem ocorrido como preparação para a Copa - remoções em massa, brutalidade policial, aumento da militarização e das “leis anti-terrorismo”… 

Confiram o Hall of Shame (Hall da Vergonha) com as empresas eleitas pela Public Eye como as mais daninhas do mundo e inimigas juradas de Gaia: http://publiceye.ch/en/hall-of-shame/. O “caso” contra a FIFA é assim exposto: http://publiceye.ch/en/case/fifa/.

"Brazil has come face-to-face with the negative impacts of the realization of the 2014 FIFA World Cup, especially those living on or near the project sites.

Hundreds of thousands of people in the 12 host cities have been forcibly evicted and have lost their homes and livelihood. Moreover, FIFA has no intentions of allowing small and family businesses to benefit from the emerging opportunities during the Cup.

FIFA maintains exclusion zones with a 2km radius around stadiums and fan sites where they control the movement of people and the sale of products, putting countless street vendors out of business. 

The poor are bearing the brunt of the burden and are met with fierce repression when they try to stand up for their rights.

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"FIFA’s World Cup contributes to the violation of several human rights, such as the right to adequate housing, the right to free movement, the right to work and the right to protest. Illegal under international human rights law, forced evictions have occurred all over Brazil in the wake of the Cup and have left many homeless and destitute.

Affected families often receive no information, compensation, alternative housing, or access to remedies.

In Recife in 2013 alone, over 2.000 families from the Coque Community were forced out of their homes. Moreover, the creation of FIFA exclusive zones will force countless street vendors out of business. In Belo Horizonte, over 130 have lost their source of income during the reconstruction of a stadium and are now prohibited from selling in the vicinity.

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FIFA has caused severe harm to many Brazilians. The company lacks a sense of responsibility and denies any connection to the alleged human rights violations. FIFA’s promise to leave behind a positive legacy stands in sharp contrast to the reality so far.

FIFA has imposed a series of conditions onto the host country which have contributed to these violations. FIFA’s business practices make it complicit in the violations of people’s rights.

FIFA seems to believe that the ‘urgency’ related to their infrastructure projects, as well as the profit they claim to be generating for society, justify their irresponsible behavior. FIFA is exempt from paying taxes, depriving Brazil of at least 1 billion reals (over US$ 400 million).

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The Fédération Internationale de Football Association („FIFA“), headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland, employs some 310 people from over 35 nations.

The association that has set itself the goal of improving soccer, organizes soccer tournaments, most famously the FIFA World Cup. In 2012, FIFA reported a net profit of $89 million and financial reserves of $1.378 billion. FIFA remains largely exempt from taxes as it is officially seen as a not-for-profit organization.

The organization has been involved in a number of cases of corruption and heavily criticized for their complicity in human rights violations. However, FIFA has largely denied the legitimacy of these claims.


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