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19 Mai 2015

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PR Week

FIFA sponsors under pressure to speak out on Qatar labour conditions

"FIFA sponsors under pressure to speak out on Qatar labor conditions", 19 May 2015

Activist groups are pressuring FIFA’s sponsors to speak out on working conditions in Qatar, equating conditions at 2022 World Cup sites to "slavery." They are calling on Coca-Cola, Adidas, Visa, Kia, Hyundai, McDonald's, Gazprom, and Budweiser to challenge alleged human-rights abuses at the construction sites...

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