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The controversial FIFA Men's World Cup starts on Sunday, with host nation Qatar accused of human rights violations, corruption and discrimination.

Many are speaking up to make sure these concerns aren’t drowned out by the sporting celebration. Australia’s Socceroos posted a video condemning Qatar’s human rights abuses. Comedian Joe Lycett challenged former England captain David Beckham for betraying the LGBTQ+ community by accepting millions to promote Qatar. And in protest, several European cities, including Paris, London and Barcelona, won’t host public screenings of matches.

If you choose to watch the tournament, use it as an opportunity to discuss the issues casting a shadow over it with friends and family. You can also sign and share these petitions calling on Qatar and FIFA to compensate the families of migrant workers for abuses and end LGBTQ+ discrimination.

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