As the World Cup—the most important football tournament in the world–continues many questions remain about the state of the game. How prevalent is corruption? Why is the governing body not more willing to advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights and for worker well-being? What is future of a sport in which inequality continues to grow? How concerned is the sport about player welfare?
Moderator: David Conn, Award Winning Guardian Writer and Author of The Fall of the House of FIFA.
Gareth Farrelly, Sports Lawyer, CAS Arbitrator, and Former Irish International Footballer
Lise Klaveness, President Norwegian Football Association, Lawyer, Human Rights Advocate, Former Norwegian International Footballer
Stiliyan Petrov, Director Player 4 Player, Player Advocate and Former Bulgarian International Footballer
Sponsored by the Weatherhead Research Cluster on Global Transformations (WIGH), Harvard University; the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Harvard University; and the Ifill College at Simmons University.
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