The world has lost confidence in FIFA and the 2022 World Cup is at the centre of it all.
In 2010 - amid allegations of bribery and kickbacks - FIFA chose Qatar to host the 2022 World Cup, ignoring an inspection report labelling Qatar as a "high-risk" bid.
The case against Qatar has continued to mount. Workers are dying, and Qatar has a failed to deliver promised reforms for workers’ rights.
Now, FIFA is feeling the pressure, moving the 2022 tournament from the traditional months of June and July to December. It has taken away the 2021 Confederations Cup from Qatar, used as a test run for infrastructure and stadiums.
But Qatar's problems run deeper: workers are trapped in the country and need their employers’ permission to leave, their passports are withheld, and many live a dozen or more to a room, earning just a few dollars a day.
On 29th May, FIFA will elect a new president. And we now have a clearer sense of the candidates' priorities. With just weeks to go, now it's up to us to tell FIFA's vote-casting member organisations to pick the right person for the job.
Take a moment and send a message to the FIFA confederations with your choice for president.