With a sight of Qatar: Church makes demands on DFB
A worker from Nepal made accusations against his Qatari an employer in the sman on Sunday. Appropriately, up to 700 employees were returned to their home countries shortly prior to the World Mug against their will and in spite of the valid agreements. A representative for the Qatari an government announced an investigation of the accusations in a letter, the sman proceeded. There is no official order from the federal government in Qatar to companies to reduce the number of visitor employees before the World Mug.
Family members that loved ones have lost when building the Globe Cup sites must be taken into account monetarily.
With a view to the trip of DFB President Bernd Bettendorf intended on Monday, along with Federal Preacher of the Inside Nancy Falser (SPD), Kirsches and Later likewise require that Bettendorf are openly devoted to the legal rights of women and sex-related minorities and also throughout the World Mug labor migrants in their Seen property quarters.
Obtain your very own picture, states the letter dealt with to Bettendorf. Elementary human civil liberties should not be a mere PR project.
The Evangelical Church in Germany (END) calls on the German Football Organization (DFB) to plainly and plainly defend civil rights at the World Cup in Qatar.
Bettendorf had actually formerly introduced that he desired to make human civil liberties when it comes to his trip. The 61-year-old likewise advises a compensation fund. Households that relatives have lost when developing the World Mug sites must be thought about financially.
Appropriately, up to 700 employees were sent back to their house nations soon before the World Cup versus their will certainly and also in spite of the valid agreements. There is no official order from the government in Qatar to companies to reduce the number of visitor employees in front of the Globe Cup.
Qatar declines the objection of taking care of staff member and also human rights as well as refers to reforms himself. The Globe Mug in the Emirate begins on November 20 as well as runs until December 18.
One sees with wonderful concern and also uncertainty to the beginning of the World Cup in Qatar, the council chairwoman Annette Kurschour and the END s policeman Thorsten Later said in a letter.