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In November 2018, Bahraini refugee footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi was detained in Thailand following an Interpol red notice for his conviction over allegations of vandalism in Bahrain. Al Araibi, who lives in Australia, denies the allegations and claims...
FIFA published the second report of its Human Rights Advisory Board, a group of eight independent experts from the United Nations, trade unions, civil society and FIFA sponsors who provide advice and recommendations to FIFA on how to strengthen the...
Author: David Conn, The Guardian (UK)
"Qatar 2022: £40 a week to build the World Cup stadiums", 21 November 2018...
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Clarification statement to stakeholders by FIFA regarding the Amnesty International publication of 25 September 2018 involving a company operating in Qatar
On 25 September 2018, Amnesty International published a press statement and short report documenting labour rights abuses of workers employed for an engineering company, which works on a construction site in Qatar. The report describes serious...
Commentary : FIFA and the IOC's reporting tools can help provide an avenue for human rights complaints
Author: Daniela Heerdt, Rights as Usual
"FIFA and the IOC’s Human Rights Reporting Tools – a Flower in the Remedy Bouquet", 9 September 2018...
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New guidance for companies encourages action to support civic freedoms & human rights defenders & explores opportunities for engagement
Author: Bennett Freeman with Sif Thorgeirsson, Adele Barzelay & Brooks Reed
"Shared space under pressure: Business support for civic freedoms and human rights defenders," 29 August 2018 ...
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FIFA statement on the procedures involving the four activists who invaded the pitch at the 2018 FIFA World Cup final match
FIFA has been closely following the developments in relation to the four activists who entered the pitch at the 2018 FIFA World Cup final match between the French and Croatian national teams and caused a halt to the game....
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Russia: Pussy Riot protestors arrested for World Cup pitch demonstration; FIFA issues public statement
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