Bereaved families of workers and rights groups want World Cup organisers to make £372m payout
Qatar is facing renewed calls from migrant workers, their families, and rights groups to compensate for human rights abuses including wage theft, injuries and uninvestigated deaths, days before the World Cup kicks off.
As fans and footballers descend on the Persian Gulf country for the month-long tournament, workers and their families, who have spent 12 years sounding the alarm on exploitative conditions endured while building the tournament’s infrastructure, are seeking an amount equivalent to the $440m (£372m) World Cup prize money for a remediation programme.
Written by Geneva Abdul
This news first appeared on https://www.theguardian.com/football/2022/nov/17/qatar-facing-renewed-calls-to-compensate-migrant-workers-over-uninvestigated-deaths under the title “Qatar facing renewed calls to compensate migrant workers over uninvestigated deaths”. Bolchha Nepal is not responsible or affiliated towards the opinion expressed in this news article.