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20 June 2017

Red card: Exploitation of construction workers on World Cup sites in Russia

Author: Human Rights Watch

Russia will host the next FIFA World Cup, from June 14 to July 15, 2018...Tens of thousands of workers are building the stadiums and infrastructure necessary for hosting of the World Cup. These workers often face exploitation, poor working conditions,...

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20 June 2017

Russia/FIFA: Workers Exploited on World Cup 2018 Stadiums

Construction workers building stadiums for Russia to host the FIFA 2017 Confederations Cup and 2018 World Cup face exploitation and labor abuses, Human Rights Watch said...FIFA, the worldwide football association, has yet to fully deliver on its...

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24 April 2017

Russia: North Korean workers involved in construction for 2018 World Cup work in harsh conditions & receive poverty wages, says new report

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Dalpiterstroy and Seven Suns Development to respond, but they did not.

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5 April 2016

Russia: Workers of 2018 World Cup construction site protest over unpaid wages & absence of employment contracts

Author: Builing and Wood Worker's International (BWI)

"Strike at the 2018 World Cup “Luzhniki” Stadium in Moscow", 10 March 2016...

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