World Cup in Qatar: Amnesty International is again reporting the complaints six months after the event


According to the report, stewards and security personnel working for the Qatari company Teyseer Security Services at the venues of the finals “were subject to a number of labor law violations”.

According to AI, the workers had to pay “illegal placement fees and other related costs”. Having to return home at the end of their temporary contracts, they would now have no option to claim compensation or compensation.

Amnesty holds the world association FIFA and the Qatari authorities accountable. “Even six months after the end of the World Cup, neither FIFA nor Qatar have created an accessible and effective system to provide workers whose rights have been violated with the compensation they are entitled to,” said Katja Müller- Fahlbusch, responsible AI expert. : “FIFA must act and immediately provide adequate compensation to those affected for the violations suffered.”


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Teyseer denied the allegations to Amnesty. FIFA said it had conducted due diligence on Teyseer but acknowledged that there were “different perceptions and viewpoints” about the experiences of Teyseer’s workers.

The association promised to seek further clarification. In its response to Amnesty, the Qatari government referred to the measures it has taken to reform the labor system.

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