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29 June 2020
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Author: La Presse

« Un aréna au nom de l’environnement pour Jeff Bezos à Seattle » 25 juin 2020...

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29 June 2020

Kenya: Local authority says hotels & restaurants among businesses to apply for fresh permits to ensure compliance with Covid-19 prevention measures

Author: Philip Mwakio, Standard Digital (Kenya)

"Hotels, pubs to seek fresh permits"...

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16 June 2020
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Author: Amnistía Internacional

“Qatar: Trabajadores migrantes que trabajan en el estadio de la Copa Mundial de la FIFA llevan meses sin cobrar” - 11 de junio de 2020...

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12 June 2020
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Author: Amnesty International

« Qatar, des travailleurs migrants n'ont pas été payés pendant des mois » 11 juin 2020 ...

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11 June 2020

Qatar: Amnesty Intl. finds 100 workers subject to labour exploitation on World Cup stadium; incl. co. comments

Construction workers on Qatar World Cup 2022 Al Bayt stadium have been subject to wage delays of up to 7 months and other exploitative practices, an Amnesty International report reveals....

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15 April 2020

Qatar: Workers on World Cup sites contract Covid-19, despite organisers' "precautionary measures"

In March 2020, reports emerged of a spike in cases of Covid-19 among workers in a crowded labour camp outside Doha. The jump in the number of cases was attributed to the cramped, unsanitary living conditions of the labour camps and a lack of sanitation...

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6 April 2020

Autocracies & democracies around the world suppress COVID-19 information & crack down on activists

Author: Joshua Keating, Slate

"Strongman Medicine: Suspicious Numbers and Brutal Quarantines", 02 Apr 2020...

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16 March 2020

Qatar World Cup: Annual report on workers' welfare reveals 9 migrant stadium workers died in 2019, bringing total to 34 since construction began

In March 2020, the Qatar Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy published its 5th annual report on worker welfare on projects for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. The report covers the period from February to December 2019. During the reporting period, t...

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12 February 2020

Qatar: Migrant workers on World Cup projects to be reimbursed $30m for recruitment fees

Author: Joseph Varghese, Gulf Times

"Three more stadiums to be launched this year," 10 Feb 2020 About $30mn will be reimbursed by the contractors this year to those workers who had paid recruitment fee in their home countries... “By 2020, about 83% of our workforce will have their recru...

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9 February 2020

Kenya: Increasing number of construction workers recruited "illegally" and abused in Qatar

Author: Omondi Onyatta, The Star (Kenya)

"Kenyans being duped to build stadiums in Qatar - Muhuri," 9 Feb 2020...

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