For the Game. For the World. But What About for the Workers? Evaluating FIFA's Human Rights Policy in Relation to International Standards


Haley Christenson


Faculty editor: Michael Ramsey
Publication: International Law Journal
Volume: 20
Issue: 1
Start Page: 93
Month: December
Year: 2018
Type: Faculty Essay
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This Comment will primarily review the labor trafficking and human rights concerns that arise in host countries of the World Cup, suggest a host for the 2026 World Cup based on candidates’ laws and infrastructure, and suggest changes for FIFA’s current human rights policy to aid in the prevention of labor trafficking in relation to the World Cup.