Report by the FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board
30th September 2017
Author - FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board
The FIFA Human Rights Advisory Board was established by FIFA in early 2017 to help strengthen its efforts to ensure respect for human rights. The Board is composed of eight international experts in human rights, including labour rights and anti-corruption issues, from the United Nations, trade unions, civil society and business. The Board provides FIFA with advice and recommendations on all issues that it considers relevant to the implementation of FIFA’s human rights responsibilities under article 3 of the FIFA Statutes, including with regard to its policy commitments, human rights due diligence processes, and processes for remediation.
This is the first report of the Board. Read the report here.