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18 May 2022

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Budweiser (AB-InBev)

Budweiser statement on business & human rights in sponsorships

"How we are protecting human rights across our business, value chain and sponsorships," 18 May 2022

... Our work with the Centre for Sports and Human Rights and our commitment to the United Nations Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights guides our approach to sports sponsorships, including our role as the Official Beer Sponsor of the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ in Qatar. We recognize that important labor reforms, such as implementing minimum wage and dismantling the employer sponsorship or Kafala system, have been established to improve the rights of workers in Qatar; however, more can still be done. We support access to procedures that can achieve fair remedies to migrant workers who have been negatively affected...

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