FIFA World Cup 2022 | Compensate migrants who come to work at FIFA World Cup venues and events

FIFA World Cup Player in a Frame

FIFA: Pay for Harm to Qatar’s Migrant Workers Global Coalition Calls for Financial Remedy for Deaths, Wage Theft (London) – Hundreds of thousands of migrant workers in Qatar have not received financial compensation or any other adequate remedy for serious labor abuses suffered while building and servicing infrastructure for the FIFA World Cup, which begins in November 2022, Human Rights Watch said today. On May 19, Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, Fair Square, and a global coalition of migrant rights groups, labor unions, international football fans, abuse survivors, and business…

Read More