Despite progress in labor reforms, concerns for migrant workers persist as Qatar moves forward after the World Cup.

Despite concerns over the treatment of migrant workers, the 2022 World Cup in Qatar was a success. The thrilling final played out in front of around 90,000 fans and millions watching around the world. The image that will be remembered is Lionel Messi holding the trophy in Qatar’s Lusail Stadium. This victory could be seen as an example of sportswashing, which has been a topic of criticism in the decision to hold the World Cup in the Middle East.

The tournament was hailed as a positive outcome for Qatar and FIFA. However, some have criticized the decision to hold the event in this region, where human rights violations against migrant workers have been well-documented. Despite these concerns, the World Cup went ahead, bringing together countries from around the world to compete on one stage.

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