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“I don’t want to follow this World Cup, which makes me uncomfortable”

Thursday 17 and Friday 18 November, The world dedicates two days to the debates surrounding the organization of the World Cup 2022 in Qatar (November 20-December 18). Corruption, human rights, environment… Journalists, researchers and NGOs will answer your questions about the scandals surrounding the organization of the World Cup.

The first part of this day will be devoted to the debate on the advisability of boycotting the competition. Was such an initiative possible? Why haven’t governments and major NGOs committed to it? Lola Schulmann, advocacy officer at Amnesty International France, and Carole Gomez, sports geopolitics specialist, will answer your questions from

This afternoon back to the suspicion of corruption surrounding the awarding of the World Cup to Qatar in 2010, and more generally the emirate’s sports diplomacy. The journalist from World Rémi Dupré leads the chat from 16:15.

The rest of the program : Friday morning we will dedicate a strong moment to the issue of human rights, especially to the working conditions of the workers mobilized to prepare the World Cup, and on Friday afternoon we will discuss the environmental damage and the carbon footprint of this World Cup.

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Editorial. 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar: lessons from a counterexample

Special file. All our articles dedicated to the World Cup can be found here.



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