Dutch union FNV threatens FIFA with legal action over World Cup in Qatar
Mustafa Qadri from Amnesty International joins Bob Ley to discuss a new report that suggests working conditions in Qatar have hardly changed.
ESPN FC's Stuart Holden and Shaka Hislop discuss the latest decision made by FIFA that will see the first winter World Cup final set for Dec. 18 in Qatar. THE HAGUE, Netherlands — A Dutch labour union said Monday it will launch legal action against FIFA if the governing body does not step in to halt what it called "modern slavery" in the construction of venues for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Dutch union FNV, which is taking legal action along with 21-year-old Bangladeshi worker Nadim Shariful Alam, said it wants "FIFA to accept its responsibility and end exploitation of workers" in construction work ahead of the tournament.
The union is the latest…