Migrant workers face danger ahead of Qatar World Cup 2022

Migrant workers face danger ahead of Qatar World Cup 2022
Migrant workers face danger ahead of Qatar World Cup 2022

Migrant workers face danger ahead of Qatar World Cup 2022

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Eight laborers died while working on Brazil’s World Cup stadiums. Estimates are that 4000 migrant or foreign workers will die before Qatar’s World Cup in 2022. Some have demanded that the tournament be moved to another country. We’ll talk about the controversy with Fiona David, lawyer and executive director of Global Research for Walk Free Foundation, an organization dedicated to ending what they call “modern slavery.” (photo: A Qatari man displays the national flag, as he blows vuvuzelas, at Doha’s traditional souk where people gathered to follow FIFA’s selection on the two countries to host the World Cups, 2018 and 2022, in Doha, Qatar, Thursday, Dec. 2, 2010. (AP Photo/Osama Faisal))