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28 November 2017
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Autor/in: Aljazeera

International football's governing body has announced that it will not take a position on the future of six Israeli football clubs based in illegal settlements in the occupied West Bank. FIFA...cited the "exceptional complexity and sensitivity" and ...

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9 November 2017
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Artikel
7 November 2017
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Autor/in: FIFA

Following the approval of the bidding regulations for the selection of the host(s) of the 2026 FIFA World Cup™ by the FIFA Council in Kolkata, India on 27 October 2017, and in line with the key principle of conducting a transparent bidding process, FI...

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6 November 2017
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Autor/in: FIFA

FIFA and FIFPro have today concluded a wide-ranging six-year cooperation agreement to strengthen relationships between the two organisations and improve the governance of professional football worldwide. Additionally, an accord has been reached between...

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30 October 2017
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On October 24 and 25, 2017 the government of Qatar announced, via its news agency, plans to establish a minimum wage for migrant workers and a “Workers’ Support and Insurance Fund” to ensure workers are paid overdue wages. One of the statements also...

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27 October 2017
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Autor/in: FIFA

...The FIFA Council takes note of the documents adopted by international governmental bodies concerning the relationship between Israel and Palestine – such as United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334, which comprises recommendations without...

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Artikel
23 October 2017
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Autor/in: John G. Ruggie

"A.SK Social Science Award 2017, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Acceptance Speech, John G. Ruggie." 14 Oct 2017 ...

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2 October 2017
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Autor/in: FIFA

FIFA has taken note of Human Rights Watch’s report of 27 September 2017 on heat-related health risks to construction workers in Qatar...In regard to the human rights of construction workers involved in building infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA World...

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Story
1 October 2017
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In September 2017, Human Rights Watch (HRW) published a report calling on the Qatari government to adopt and enforce laws to protect migrant construction workers from fatal heat-related illnesses. HRW also urged FIFA and national football associations...

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23 August 2017
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This dataset tracks - on an ongoing basis - public reports of individual migrant worker deaths linked to the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The dataset relies on information published in media reports and on the Supreme Comittee for Deliver & Legacy's...

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