Bach worries with protests

Thomas Bach is worried with protests

Bach is worried with protests

 

Search: Globo.com: protestos olimpíadas (Brazil protests olympic)
Period: until 04/10
Source: Globo Esporte
Date: 09/09
Date of access: 04/10

 

Thomas Bach says is worried about protests and believes a better and clearer communication with local population is necessary.

Interview to Brazilian Paralympic Committee President

Interview to BPC President: Andrew Parsons

 Interview to Andrew Parsons

 

Search: Globo.com: protestos olimpíadas (Brazil protests olympic)
Period: until 01/10
Source: O Globo
Date: 14/09
Date of access: 01/10

Interview to Brazilian Paralympic Committee President, Andrew Parsons, regarding many different topics about the Olympic Games; including protests, Bach, constructions delays, communication.

 

Schedule worries brought up by IOC co-ordination commission

Rio tells IOC they will be ready by 2016

OBC says will be ready

Search: Reuters US: Brazil protests olympic
Period: until 23/09
Source: Reuters US edition
Date: 08/09
Date of access: 23/09

The commission led by Nawal El Moutawakel told the IOC Congress on Sunday that Rio had made “reassuring” progress in the last year but there was still a lot of work to do. “There is a need, more than ever before, that all stakeholders need to work together. Key decisions need to be made collectively and communicated with one voice.”

Australian IOC member Kevan Gosper, who also serves as chairman of the IOC press commission, told Nuzman that Rio needed to get their media operations in order. Nuzman responded that the Rio organisers were aware of the growing discontent and he vowed they would do a better job getting their messages across.

Jacques Rogge and the communication of benefits from rio 2016

IOC must explain Games benefits to Brazilians, says Rogge

IOC must explain Games benefits to Brazilians, says Rogge

 

Search: Reuters US: Brazil protests olympic
Period: until 19/09
Source: Reuters US edition
Date: 10/07
Date of access: 19/09

Jacques Rogge talks about protests, COI’s communication responsibilities  and the games benefits.

“”Among the protesters’ many grievances was the amount of public money being spent on new stadiums when local public services such as health and transport are in a dismal state. “We have to explain very clearly to the public that the investments made in the Olympic Games are for a sustainable legacy for generations to come,” Rogge told reporters in a conference call.””