Taking home the most significant football trophy will not be a problem for one of the teams competing in the 22nd FIFA World Cup. The GCC team is composed of men of various ages and skill levels. The team will play the first leg of the tournament on November 20, and the final will be played on December 18. The team has been working tirelessly since the beginning of the year.
One of the biggest off-field concerns has been the safety of migrant workers. According to independent reports, approximately 6,500 migrant workers have died in Qatar during preparations for the tournament. FIFA has allegedly failed to do enough to ensure the safety of its workers. In addition, FIFA officials have been accused of bribery. A group of human rights organizations called on FIFA to compensate migrant workers.
During the first half of the year, E:60 reported on the various issues relating to migrant workers in Qatar. The organisation sent reporters to the country’s capital, Doha, to gain an insight into the conditions of workers. In doing so, the organisation gained access to the Gulf Contracting Company’s Umm Salal labour camp. In addition to the usual suspects, E:60 reporters were able to make some new discoveries.
One of the most significant discoveries made was that there are more than 1.6 million migrant workers working on the construction sites for the 2022 FIFA World Cup. These workers are undergoing the same conditions that were seen eight years ago. This is a problem that many media outlets have overlooked. While there are restrictions in place, it is still possible for businesses to get around these regulations.
The documentary may not be for the faint of heart, but it does manage to make you think about football in a different light. The documentary is a great example of the power of storytelling. This documentary not only tells the tale of the migrant workers that are building facilities for the 2022 World Cup, but also showcases how football can be a positive force for good in the world.
One of the most important parts of the film is the use of a clever camera angle. Filmmaker Josh Sobel wanted to make a film that would make the workers proud. It was not easy, as the workers were largely isolated from their families. However, Sobel managed to find the hidden gem.
Aside from the aforementioned documentary, the best way to learn about the real challenges facing the workers is to actually do something about it. Several human rights groups have called on FIFA to compensate migrant workers, and FairSquare has repeatedly accused Qatar of failing to enforce the rules. This is a major reason why a documentary of this nature is so important. The migrant workers have a hard time communicating with their loved ones and are often left with nothing more than a mobile phone.
The film’s biggest contribution is its message. In the words of the director, “Football is a sport that should be fun and healthy for men, and I hope this film encourages other countries to follow the same path.