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Qatar still failing labourers on reform, says Amnesty

Foreign labourers working on the construction site of the al-Wakrah football stadium walk back to their accomodation at the Ezdan 40 compound after finishing work on May 4, 2015 in DohaFootball 2022 World Cup host Qatar is “failing” many of its migrant workers by not delivering on labour law reform, Amnesty International claimed on Thursday. In the latest of a string of reports on Qatari labour “abuse”, the rights watchdog said Doha had not followed through on promises to change laws governing workers in key areas including the “kafala” system that blocks workers from leaving the country and curbs on changing employers. In its latest briefing, “Promising little, delivering less: Qatar and migrant labour abuse ahead of the 2022 Football World Cup”, Amnesty said the pace of change is too slow.

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