Monday, November 21, 2022
Tariq Panja for the New York Times reports on some troubling news from the World Cup, which this year is hosted by Qatar, a nation with a human rights record that has been questioned. "A group of more than 200 migrant laborers hired to work concession stalls at the Qatar World Cup’s opening game said they had been left without food, water and toilet facilities for seven hours while they waited for their assignments." Most of the migrants reportedly are from India.
UPDATE (November 21, 3 p.m. PST): For a book on migrant labor in Qatar, click here. Hat tip to my colleague Afra Afsharipour.