114 results for 'qatar 2022'

Armed Conflict

30 human rights wins worth celebrating

Thanks to a combination of fierce campaigning and people power, 2019 has seen some major human rights wins so far! January As a tribute to Julián Carrillo, an environmental rights defender killed in October 2018, we launched Caught between bullets and neglect, a digest on Mexico’s failure to...

This year’s epic human rights wins

Over the last year, almost seven million Amnesty International supporters have taken action – protesting, writing, petitioning and much more – to defend and advance human rights everywhere.
Nepal Migrants

Unpaid and abandoned: the abuse of Mercury MENA workers

PART 2: NEPAL Out of sight, out of mind At the end of 2017, at least thirty-four male Nepali migrants returned home from Qatar penniless, dejected and overloaded with debt. Employed by Mercury MENA, a major mechanical, engineering and plumbing company with operations across the Middle East and...
Qatar Migrants

Unpaid and abandoned: the abuse of Mercury MENA workers

PART 1: QATAR “Promises won’t feed my family” In October 2017, at the very moment when Qatar was announcing that it would embark on a series of landmark reforms that could drastically improve the country’s poor record on workers’ rights ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup, dozens of...