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  • A report last month by Amnesty International implicated a poe currency World Cup stadium site in Qatar where migrant workers were said to have faced abuse that in some cases amounted to forced labor.Given the prestige associated with hosting a World Cup.

    Ruggie believes that FIFA should use its leverage to force countries to press for changes or warn they risk losing the showpiece event."Where FIFA is unable to reduce severe human rights impacts by using its leverage, it should consider suspending or terminating the relationship," Ruggie said in his 42-page report.

    A single paragraph commitment to recognizing and protecting "all internationally recognized human rights" was recently enshrined in FIFA's statutes.Ruggie explained what should feature in a human rights policy applicable to FIFA's leadership, the six regional confederations, 209 member associations, sponsors and tournament hosts."As part of the bidding poe trade currency process.

    FIFA needs to do its own assessments of what the most salient human rights risks are in that particular bidding country," Ruggie told the AP. "When it finds there are salient risks it needs to ask the host government what its plans are for mitigating those risks."If the plans for mitigating those risks are satisfactory then go ahead. If there are no plans for mitigating the risks then you move onto the next bidder."