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5 February 2019

Qatar: Reality check: The state of migrant workers’ rights with four years to go until the Qatar 2022 World Cup

Author: Amnesty International

Despite nascent reforms...labour abuse continues on a significant scale today. In September 2018, Amnesty International published an investigation into an engineering company called Mercury MENA that had left dozens of workers stranded and penniless,...

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28 September 2018

Statement from the Ministry of Administrative Development, Labour and Social Affairs on Amnesty International Misleading Report on Qatar

Author: Government Communications Office, Qatar

The concerns highlighted by Amnesty International are not tolerated by the State of Qatar. Currently there are legal proceeding underway concerning Mercury MENA. While Mercury MENA no longer operates in Qatar, legal matters will continue and we will...

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Article
28 September 2018

Qatar: Migrant workers unpaid for months of work by company linked to World Cup host city

Author: Amnesty International

Mercury MENA, failed to pay its workers thousands of dollars in wages and work benefits, leaving them stranded and penniless in Qatar...Between October 2017 and April 2018 Amnesty International interviewed 78 former Mercury MENA employees from India,...

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28 September 2018

Qatar: Government and FIFA respond to Amnesty International investigation into labour abuse of MENA Mercury migrant construction workers; company has not responded

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