Minky Worden

Human Rights Watch

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Director of Global Initiatives for Human Rights Watch and author of China's Great Leap: The Beijing Games and Olympian Human Rights

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In the blazing desert of Qatar, 1000 workers from India and Nepal have died while building infrastructure for the  World Cup  to be held in 2022.

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