Harry Kane and the England squad can read the numerous reports about exploited migrant workers in Qatar and quickly see there’s a very serious problem.” Amnesty International is looking for England to follow the lead of other nations and highlights issues with human rights in World Cup host nation Qatar
Players from Germany, Netherlands and Norway wore shirts before World Cup qualifiers voicing concern over human rights in Qatar. At least 6,500 migrant workers had died in Qatar in the decade since it won the right to stage the event.England players will be guided by their own consciences, says Amnesty International UK. Gareth Southgate says FA and Amnesty International are in talks regarding the situation. Amnesty director Kate Allen urges players to press Qatar authorities on labour reforms.