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Sponsors should support calls for reparations to migrant workers, say Amnesty


Human rights groups have called for the sponsors of the 2022 Qatar World Cup to use their ‘considerable leverage’ to ensure the Qatari Government and FIFA provide reparations to migrant workers and their families impacted during the preparations for the tournament. 

Amnesty International, in conjunction with Human Rights Watch and FairSquare, have called upon the sponsors of the tournament to back calls for workers and their families to be properly compensated for the injuries and death caused by this year’s World Cup.

Releasing a statement on Tuesday, Amnesty International said a global survey commissioned with YouGov that surveyed 17,447 people across 15 countries revealed 66 per cent of those asked supported calls for FIFA’s corporate partners to support greater reparations to those…



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