07 Feb 2018 - 10:10
Qatar has stressed that the illegal measures taken by the siege countries constitute a grave violation of civil, economic and social rights as they have left a negative impact on the lives of thousands of people.
07 Feb 2018 - 10:19
DOHA: The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy has issued a book reviewing the great efforts exerted by the Committee and its partners since the State of Qatar won the right to host the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The 245-page book sheds light with the help of magnificent high-resolution pictures on the progress of work at the stadiums which will host the World Cup — Khalifa International, Al Rayyan, Al Thumama, Al Wakra, Lusail, Qatar Foundation and Ras Abu Aboud, as well as infrastructure projects.
The new book also features the worker welfare efforts and community outreach activities, as well as “Challenge 22” award which supports the promising ideas in the Arab world and takes advantage of the influence of football to promote the development process in Qatar and beyond through the dazzling generation program.
The book sheds light on Josoor Institute, which benefits from the organisation of the World Cup in Qatar as a source of inspiration for the development of the sports industry and organisation of events in the Arab world.