Bored Panda Helps Protest Labor Abuses in Qatar via World Cup Sponsors

By: Meghan Young - May 30, 2015
References: boredpanda & theverge
Bored Panda has collected a round of powerful logo mockups that help to protest labor abuses in Qatar. Honing in on the 2022 World Cup sponsors including Coca-Cola, Sony and adidas, it aims to bring awareness to reports that the "new stadiums and luxury hotels are being constructed under labor conditions that amount to modern-day slavery," writes The Verge.

Incredibly disheartening, The Guardian has divulged that Napalese workers were dying at a rate of one every two days as of late last year. Through these morbid logo mock-ups, designers are hoping to hold the sponsors responsible in some way. By doing so, the companies might threaten to back out, forcing Qatar to make big change. FIFA has also been called out to pull the World Cup out of Qatar all together.