FIFA World Cup in Qatar: Misogyny radiating around the world

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One of the fundamental questions regarding the 2022 World Cup hosted by Qatar is what message it will send to women and girls around the world. FIFA claims to uphold human rights. However, the 2010 decision to award hosting duties for the 2022 tournament to Qatar was not without controversy.

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In the 12 years since then, these problems have only gotten worse. The treatment of migrant workers leading up to the event has received continued attention, as has the way LGBTQ+ and women’s rights are violated by local law.

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