Tuesday, Mar 21 2023

Qatari women have the same human rights as Qatari men

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Qatari women have the same human rights as Qatari men.

I think it is a very relevant issue today, given that the World Cup is being held in Qatar. Various information is being given about the lives of the people there, although I speak specifically of women’s rights, both in the media and on social networks, there is contradictory information and/or without evidence. I think it is important to know for sure if women have the same rights as men, or if, on the contrary, they are discriminated against.

Furthermore, I think it is an important issue because if the statement I propose were uncertain, all the football federations of the countries belonging to the European Union, and therefore the countries, would be supporting these facts.

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