The human and business risks associated with Qatar’s hosting of the World Cup – the “Mega-Sporting Effect” – stem from the influx of an estimated 500,000 to 1 million foreign workers who will be called upon to build the infrastructure for the event. Multinational companies and local enterprises engaged in building the infrastructure for the World Cup and executing the actual event in 2022 need to understand the risks to their business if they are implicated in migrant worker abuses.

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