Today, a “para inglês ver” (PIV) law, policy or project is one which, from the outside, appears to address a problem, but which in practice is merely a superficial change, a temporary fix or public relations exercise intended to appease community interests and appeal to domestic and international public opinion. It does little to benefit those it purports to help, either because implementation on a well-designed policy is poorly conducted and easily corruptible, or because it is actually designed for political motives rather than social or philanthropic ones. This situation occurs when public officials lack the genuine desire or political will to institute the necessary change, and is usually accompanied by an extensive PR campaign aimed at promoting the policy.
And the Electorate Has Responded! The Olympic Legacy Is Already a Failure
Clique aqui para Português There was a project for Rio, an Olympic project, with an international consultancy hired to show how to apply Barcelona’s Olympic Legacy model, highly referenced around the world as an example […]