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28 May 2019

Qatar: Public sector institutions pledge to support fair recruitment of migrant workers through procurement procedures

Author: ILO

"Public sector clients pledge action to foster fair recruitment", 21 May 2019...

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14 May 2019
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Author: حسام وهب الله, الوطن

''العامل الوافد يحيا حياة كريمة في قطر"،  13 ماي 2019...

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6 May 2019

FIFA to hold talks with human rights groups on risks associated with possible 2022 World Cup expansion

Author: Rob Harris, AP news

“FIFA to hold human rights talks on 2022 World Cup expansion”, 27th April 2019...

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3 May 2019

Nepal: Nepali embassy in Qatar repatriates workers lured to the country by fraudulent visa schemes and recruitment agents

The Nepal embassy in Qatar has received a significant number of migrant workers asking to be repatriated. The workers were lured Qatar with false promises of free movement between jobs and made to pay "hefty amounts" in recruitment fees. It is alleged...

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29 April 2019

Annual External Compliance Report of the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy's Workers' Welfare Standards

Author: Impactt Limited (UK)

The average overall initial audit compliance rate across the 24 contractors audited in 2018 was 75%. By the time of the follow-up audits, scores increased to 89% overall. During initial audits, average compliance was high in the areas of personal...

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2 April 2019

VINCI publishes results of first on-site audit of operations in Qatar by Building & Wood Workers' International

The global union federation BWI (Building and Wood Workers' International) undertook the first on-site audit of Vinci's operations in Qatar in January 2019. The audit follows a complaint filed by Sherpa and six migrant workers against Vinci in November...

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28 March 2019
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18 March 2019
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Author: Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch et six autres organisations

« La FIFA doit placer les droits humains au cœur des discussions sur l’élargissement de la Coupe du monde », 12 mars 2019...

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18 March 2019
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Author: Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch et six autres organisations

« La FIFA doit placer les droits humains au cœur des discussions sur l’élargissement de la Coupe du monde », 12 mars 2019...

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17 March 2019

Expanding 2022 World Cup to other Gulf countries carries human & labour rights risks, warn rights groups

In 2010 the news that Qatar had succeeded in its bid to host the 2022 World Cup was greeted with dismay by human rights NGOs and activists, concerned over the country’s poor record on labour rights and civic freedoms. Concerning reports of poor working...

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