Sportkampagnen

03 October 2018 21:01

Tokyo 2020: Forum for Decent Work

 

On 28 September the BWI and its Japanese Affiliates Council (BWI-JAC) held an international forum looking at the risks to human rights involved in the preparation for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. Weiterlesen...


29 September 2018 17:55

This week, a BWI delegation led by General Secretary Ambet Yuson visited the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympic and Paralympic Games sites, as part of BWI’s Global Sports Campaign for Decent Work.Weiterlesen...


27 September 2018 13:23

Germany has won the bid to host the European Football Championship in 2024. This was decided today by the UEFA Executive Committee in Nyon, Switzerland.Weiterlesen...


27 June 2018 07:22

The goal of the new centre is to foster respect for human rights in relation to big sport events. Weiterlesen...


14 June 2018 09:57

Today, on the opening of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia, the BWI and its 12 million members around the world express condolences to the families of the twenty-one construction workers who died during construction of World Cup stadiums. Weiterlesen...


12 June 2018 10:10

New advice to FIFA on the World Cup 2018 and 2026 Bid EvaluationWeiterlesen...


07 June 2018 11:26

The BWI today launches a report that reveals serious violations of workers’ rights at the stadium construction sites for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.Weiterlesen...


05 June 2018 22:30

On 5 June 2018, the Swiss National Compact Point (NCP) responsible for the OECD Guidelines for Multinational Enterprises concluded its follow-up on the BWI complaint against FIFA that focused on the 2020 World Cup Games in Qatar.
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07 May 2018 15:26

April 30 2018 - On the eve of May Day in Doha, close to 200 participants attended the BWI “Community Leaders Forum on Workers’ Welfare in the Construction and Allied Sectors” in Doha, Qatar.Weiterlesen...