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Qatar: Local World Cup organiser working with contractors to pay back recruitment fees to migrant workers
Author: Anthony Harwood, Global Construction Review
By the end of March more than 5,500 people from across South Asia, a third of the workforce, will be reimbursed money they paid to middlemen who hired them to work in [Qatar]. The Doha government is negotiating with its contractors in the hope that...
Qatar: Second independent audit of World Cup construction uncovers mixed company performance on migrant workers’ rights
Author: Impactt Limited (UK)
"Annual External Compliance Report of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy's Workers' Welfare Standards. Changing the game: towards real impacts for workers", February 2018....
ITUC: Qatar 2022 World Cup will honour workers' rights as govt. commits to timetable of labour reforms that end 'kafala'
Author: Anthony Harwood, The Independent (UK)
"Qatar 2022 World Cup will honour workers' rights with the end of the kafala system, predicts ITUC head", 28 Jan 2018....
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Author: The Himalayan Times
"Five workers left in the lurch in Qatar", 13 January 2018...
Human Rights Watch urges FC Bayern Munich to publicly address human rights issues in Qatar; club responds
The director of Human Rights Watch Germany, Wenzel Michalski, raised concerns about Bayern Munich's training camp in Qatar in a January 2018 interview. Migrant workers reportedly face human rights abuses in the construction of stadiums and...
Author: FC Bayern
[Note: This is an unofficial translation from the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre. You can find the original response in German here.]...
- This is a response from the following companies: FC Bayern