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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With FIFA under the microscope, Qatar’s winning bid to host the 2022 World Cup is getting scrutinized as well.

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With FIFA under the microscope, Qatar’s winning bid to host the 2022 World Cup is getting scrutinized as well.

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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.

International Sports and Human Rights

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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