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7 April 2020

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board publishes its fourth report

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6 April 2020

Update from FIFA on the recommendations of the FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board covering period Sep 2018 - Nov 2019

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3 April 2020

FIFA statement on worker protection from COVID-19 in Qatar

Author: FIFA

FIFA has been in constant communication with our key stakeholders on how to use football as a tool to help raise public awareness, as well as to manage and mitigate the impact of the virus on our sport. An important part of these efforts concerns the...

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3 April 2020

Outreach to companies on COVID-19 regarding the protection of migrant workers in Qatar and the UAE

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30 March 2020

FIFA lawsuit (re migrant workers, Qatar)

Snapshot: In December 2016, two trade union organizations, and a Bangladeshi worker filed a lawsuit in Switzerland against FIFA. They allege FIFA’s complicity in the alleged abuse of migrant workers in Qatar. In January 2017, the Swiss courts dismisse...

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25 March 2020

FIFA responded to news of 9 migrant workers deaths as reported in the 5th annual report from the Qatar Supreme Committee

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28 January 2020

FIFA issues joint World Cup 2022 sustainability strategy with host Qatar

On 21 January, FIFA and hosts Qatar issued a joint FIFA World Cup 2022 sustainability strategy, outlining commitments around five key pillars, including on human capital and workers' rights, inclusivity and environmental protection....

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17 December 2019

FIFA response to Guardian articles of Dec 2019

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17 December 2019

Qatar: Liverpool FC expresses concern over migrant worker deaths ahead of Club World Cup; FIFA responded

Liverpool Football Club have set out their position regarding well-documented abuses of migrant workers' rights and deaths in Qatar. The statement from Liverpool CEO Peter Moore comes as the team prepare to play in Fifa's Club World Cup, hosted by the...

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27 November 2019

FIFA response to Telegraph article of November 2019

Author: FIFA

FIFA takes very seriously any allegations of human rights violations related to its events. When it comes to the case you refer to, FIFA has followed up with the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC), who confirmed again that Mercury Mena...

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