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Protests and the Games

In a series of articles, Play the Game zooms in on the protest campaigns that have characterised Olympic bidding during the past ten years.

Latest article in the series:

The historical roots of the Brazilian 'demonstrations cup'
By Erick Omena (5 December 2018)

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The historical roots and deeper conditions of the 'demonstrations cup' in Brazil in 2013 are essential for the understanding of the movement’s consequences, says Erick Omena in this essay looking into the genealogy of the public protests in Brazil. Read more

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