Shame World Cup? Qatar’s human rights file within the highlight

The Gulf nation of Qatar is internet hosting the soccer World Cup, whilst human rights teams doc the colossal lack of life amongst migrant employees engaged on the nation’s large development program. As well as, Qatar’s angle in direction of same-sex relationships has led to rejection of the emirate. As a protest, a number of French cities are banning so-called fan zones, which means the general public will be unable to observe World Cup matches on large screens. However there isn’t a query of the French crew – who gained the soccer event 4 years in the past – boycotting Qatar in 2022. We talk about the problems at stake with two MPs.

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Produced by Perrine Desplats, Sophie Samaille and Isabelle Romero

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