Qatar says it has made “tangible progress” in addressing welfare concerns of migrant workers, as the nation builds the infrastructure for the 2022 World Cup. Amnesty International says the reforms are positive but not enough.
“On one level, always pleased to see positive efforts to improve rights to migrant workers and prevent these kind of abuses happening," says James Lynch, Amnesty International’s researcher on migrants’ rights. "But I think it’s important to make it clear that this doesn’t really fundamentally change the situation. This is a limited contractual standard being applied to World Cup stadiums."
Watch his interview on CNN.
And read how Qatar is defending its record on human rights.
bonjour.si bien vous qataristes comme vous le dites.pourquoi ne pas avoir l'indulgence de payer les sportifs comme prevues?
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