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Survey non-response
26 June 2019

Eversendai's Contracting's non-response: Migrant Workers in UAE (2018 survey)

We invited Eversendai to respond to our 2018 survey on the welfare of their migrant workers on projects in UAE; Eversendai did not respond. The results of the survey were published in our briefing On Shaky Ground: Migrant Workers Rights in Qatar &...

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6 April 2016
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Author: Concepcion Alvarez, Novethic (France) (copyright: www.novethic.fr)

« Coupe du monde 2022 au Qatar : les droits bafoués de milliers de travailleurs migrants », 31 mars 2016...

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Article
1 April 2016

Eversendai refutes labour abuses in World Cup project

Author: Ashley Tang, The Star Online (Malaysia)

Malaysian company Eversendai Corp Bhd has denied...human rights abuses in a Qatar 2022 World Cup project...In a statement released on Friday, Eversendai said it only held workers' passports if they specifically asked to do so for safekeeping. "All...

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31 March 2016

Amnesty report documents migrant worker abuse on Qatar's Khalifa Stadium, implicates companies in contracting chain

Amnesty International's new report, The ugly side of the beautiful game: Labour exploitation on a Qatar World Cup site, uncovers evidence of  "systematic abuse" of migrant workers. The report draws from interviews with 132 migrant construction workers...

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31 March 2016

Qatar: Letters of response - The Ugly Side of the Beautiful Game: Exploitation of Migrant Workers on a Qatar 2022 World Cup Site

All correspondences from the Qatar government, organisations and companies in relation to the abuse of migrant workers on Khalifa International Stadium and Aspire Zone...[includes reponses from FIFA, Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy, Aspire...

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31 March 2016

Qatar: Abuse of World Cup workers exposed

Author: Amnesty International

Migrant workers building Khalifa International Stadium in Doha for the 2022 World Cup have suffered systematic abuses, in some cases forced labour, Amnesty International reveals in a new report...calling on major World Cup sponsors like Adidas, Coca...

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31 March 2016

Malaysian company in World Cup project cited for labour abuse

Author: Ashley Tang, The Star Online (Malaysia)

A Malaysian company [Eversendai] has been implicated in claims of abuse of migrant workers employed for a Qatar 2022 World Cup stadium project...[Amnesty International's] Gulf migrant rights researcher...said...that 24 of the 98 men who worked on the...

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