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15 April 2020

Symptoms Or Not, Migrant Workers Must Work In Gulf Countries

Author: Rejimon Kuttappan, The Lede (India)

“[Qatar] say lockdown in on. But work on major projects like [the Hamad International Airport expansion] and FIFA World Cup 2022 is on. Even if we say we have symptoms, they make us work. We don’t have a place to run away and hide either,” [said...

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15 April 2020

Qatar: Workers on World Cup sites contract Covid-19, despite organisers' "precautionary measures"

In March 2020, reports emerged of a spike in cases of Covid-19 among workers in a crowded labour camp outside Doha. The jump in the number of cases was attributed to the cramped, unsanitary living conditions of the labour camps and a lack of sanitation...

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15 April 2020

Qatar: Nepali workers expelled for 'illegal, illicit activity

Author: Al Jazeera

Amnesty International has accused Qatar of detaining dozens of migrant workers and expelling them last month after telling them they were being taken to be tested for the new coronavirus....

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8 April 2020

Development of the Sustainability Strategy

Author: FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022

This document sets out in detail the approach taken by the tournament organisers to identify our strategic priorities and define our strategic objectives in order to maximise the tournament’s contribution to people’s well-being, economic development...

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Report
7 April 2020

Fourth report by the FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board

Author: FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board

January 2020...

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7 April 2020

FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board publishes its fourth report

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6 April 2020

Fourth report by independent FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board published

Author: FIFA

The independent FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board (HRAB), which comprises eight international experts in human rights and related areas, has published its fourth report and recommendations. The report, which covers the period from May to December 2019,...

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6 April 2020

Update from FIFA on the recommendations of the FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board covering period Sep 2018 - Nov 2019

Author: FIFA

January 2020...

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4 April 2020
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Author: Tim Beyer, Die Zeit

Menschenrechtsorganisationen wie Amnesty International kritisieren seit Jahren unwürdige Arbeits- und Lebensbedingungen und das Kafala-System......

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Company response
3 April 2020

FIFA statement on worker protection from COVID-19 in Qatar

Author: FIFA

FIFA has been in constant communication with our key stakeholders on how to use football as a tool to help raise public awareness, as well as to manage and mitigate the impact of the virus on our sport. An important part of these efforts concerns the...

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