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24 Aug 2022

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McDonald's response to letter from NGOs re remedy mechanism for migrant workers at Qatar 2022

The important issues of remedy and human rights around the tournament have our heightened attention and we appreciate our ongoing dialogue with Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International and Fair Square...

We are in regular communication with our partners at FIFA and believe the advocacy surrounding the World Cup has led to positive change and momentum regarding human rights, including safety, worker’s rights, and remedy, in the host country. However, we also recognize there is more to be done to ensure that the World Cup leaves a positive legacy in Qatar. We will continue working with FIFA, human rights experts, and the other sponsors to help spur positive change on human rights, including supporting processes that facilitate access to remedy, both around the tournament and in the communities we serve.

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