FIFA President Blatter and FIFA Executive Committee member Dr Theo Zwanziger welcomed FIFPro representatives and player Zahir Belounis to the Home of FIFA in Zurich to discuss matters related to labour rights Austin American Statesman, 1 month ago
The Building and Wood Workers International, BWI, met with FIFA President Blatter and Theo Zwanziger in Zürich on Tuesday, March 18 before the upcoming FIFA's Executive Committee that will take place from March 20 to 21. The BWI reiterated the ...Building and Wood Worker's International, 4 weeks ago FIFA President plans Qatar visit to discuss labour rights Arabian Business, 3 weeks ago FIFA official says no 'overnight' solution to Qatar labour issues Arabian Business, 4 weeks ago FIFA and BWI discuss Qatar labour rights and working conditions The Sports Campus, 4 weeks ago
Visit SoccerSouls FIFA executive Theo Zwanziger testifies in the European parliament This is hardly how Qatar would have wanted to do it, but the Gulf state has unwittingly contributed to a potential improvement in the governance of soccer ...SoccerSouls, 1 month ago
James M. DORSEY FIFA President J Blatter (R) and Zwanziger (L) Member Executive Committee are seen at a meeting. AP photo Questionable payments by a company owned by the banned former world football body FIFA ...Turkish Daily, 3 weeks ago Blatter silent over payment claims Cape Times, 3 weeks ago Blatter silent over Qatar payment clai... IOL, 3 weeks ago Blatter: No comment on Qatar 2022 payment claims Redwood Times, 3 weeks ago
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German member of Fifa executive tells EU parliament that decision to hold 2022 World Cup in Qatar cannot be reversed. Theo Zwanziger of Fifa said: 'What do you expect of a football organisation? Fifa is not the lawmaker in Qatar.' The world ...Sudan Vision Daily, 1 month ago Moving World Cup From Qatar Counter-Productive, Says Zwanziger Gulf Business, 2 months ago Qatar World Cup preparations may kill 4,000 workers, report says Washington Post, 3 weeks ago Demand for 2022 rerun CNN, 3 weeks ago
Press Release 21 March 2014 FIFA is timewasting on exploited workers in Qatar The Building and Woodworkers International (BWI) is deeply disappointed by the outcome of the FIFA Executive Committee that just concluded this afternoon. The ...Building and Wood Worker's International, 3 weeks ago FIFA 'powerless' over Qatar labour rights Al Jazeera, 3 weeks ago FIFA accepts 'some responsibility' over Qatar World Cup workers New Straits Times, 3 weeks ago
The FIFA Executive Committee has held its first meeting of 2014, with the topics including working conditions in Qatar, the progress being made in Isr...
Foto-net Chaired by FIFA President Blatter, the FIFA Executive Committee held its first meeting of the year at the Home of FIFA in Zurich on 20 and 21 March. FIFA Executive Committee member Dr Theo Zwanziger, who has been mandated by FIFA ...FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago Ex-Co backs FIFA's work to help improve working conditions in Qatar FIFA.com, 3 weeks ago Executive Committee backs FIFA's work to help improve working conditions in Qatar The Sports Campus, 3 weeks ago
The world football body said on Friday that, in the coming weeks, it would send inspectors to find out more about the situation of workers in Qatar. "We need to get a clear picture in Qatar," said Theo Zwanziger, former German Football ...Deutsche Welle, 3 weeks ago Press release - Human rights and sports: hearing and press conference Thursday -... European Parliament, 1 month ago Qatar official says worker death rate normal Al Jazeera, 1 month ago
LONDON , March 19 -- Amnesty International UK issued the following news release: Migrant workers' rights in Qatar and the 2022 World Cup will be discussed at Fifa's "Executive Committee" ( ExCo ) meeting in Zurich tomorrow and Friday, and Amnesty ...4 Traders, 4 weeks ago FIFA Executive Committee must address Qatar migrant workers rights Amnesty International, 4 weeks ago EXCO TECHNOLOGIES : FIFA Executive Committee Must Address Qatar Migrant Workers' Rights 4 Traders, 4 weeks ago
By James M. Dorsey Saudi-led efforts to isolate Qatar because of its support of the Muslim Brotherhood have expanded to exploit criticism of labour conditions in the Gulf state in advance of the 2022 World Cup. Arab trade unions and ...Huffington Post, 1 month ago
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