- Brazil at the V BRICS Summit 2013 - “BRICS and Africa: Partnership for Development, Integration and Industrialization"
- 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil
- Biodiversity in Brazil
- 6th World Water Forum
- Sustainable Development in Brazil - Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
- Development hand in hand with biodiversity conservation
- Natural resources, sustainability and new Frontiers
- Guaranteed supply, innovative vision, and investment opportunities
- Brazil in Haiti - The effort for reconstruction
- Business Environment in Brazil
- Education in Brazil
- Elections in Brazil
- The Modernization of Public Management in Brazil
- The Brazilian Financial System
- The Brazilian experience in the fight against forced labor
- Sport in Brazil
- Development coupled with biodiversity conservation
- Brazil: stability and great opportunities
- RIO+20 - United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
- Rio +20 and Sustainable Development in Brazil
- Brazil Insights Series: Agriculture and Livestock
- Brazil Insights Series: Human Rights, Women and Racial Equality
- Logistics Investment Program: Highways and Railways
Sport in Brazil
A long-held national passion, Brazilian sport receives greater attention and investment in order to place its national programs on par with the most advanced countries in the world. The Brazilian State considers sport to be a strategic tool for both advancing social development and increasing international recognition.
Brazil’s candidacy and subsequent choice as host of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games reflects this growing worldwide recognition. Strategically, the country
has made political efforts to advance high performance sports, especially those included in the Olympic program, in recognition that while medalwinning performances demonstrate physical mastery of a game, they also speak of an advanced, developed, and strong nation.
And while sport can be a tool for nation building, Brazil understands that it can also be a means for community building. Brazilian social programs employ sport to promote social inclusion for young people
at risk, improve the standard of living in the poorest communities, and enhance the level of sports education for Brazilian children.
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