Ten countries in Europe, including England, are reportedly urging FIFA to come up with concrete and visible solutions to issues related to foreign workers ahead of the World Cup.
Qatar, the only host country in the history of the World Cup , is a Middle Eastern country in terms of the treatment of foreign workers, women and LGBT human rights. This has caused dissatisfaction and protests in many countries.
Ten European countries, namely England, Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland and Wales, formed a UEFA Human and Labour Rights Organization to improve human rights in Qatar. The organisation is now urging FIFA and Qatar to give a clear response to the concepts of the Workers’ Compensation Fund and the Doha Foreign Worker Funding Centre.
In a joint statement, the group expressed confidence in the safety assurances given by the Qatari government and FIFA for World Cup fans, including LGBTQ supporters, but they also stressed that FIFA and Qatar will implement the establishment of the World Cup ahead of the World Cup Workers’ Compensation Fund and the concept of a foreign worker centre in Doha to deliver on the promise.
The statement also mentioned that it believes that the power of World Cup football can make further positive contributions to the sustainable development of the world.
At the same time, he also frankly supports FIFA’s view of embracing diversity and tolerance, which means the importance of human rights, which is universal to everyone.
At present, 10 European countries are paying close attention to the importance attached by the Qatari government to human rights issues, and the captains of 8 of the national teams participating in the World Cup will wear armbands embroidered with the words “One Love” in an attempt to pass the Qatar World Cup against discrimination for all. Human rights concept. However, according to FIFA’s regulations, the unauthorized use of unauthorized equipment at the World Cup is likely to violate FIFA’s rules.