Thought via Path

Share banyak sekaligus.. Cuman itu saja yang ditawarkan oleh path? #path – Read on Path.

Thought via Path

Path tumblr sharing… Tumblr kurang di Indonesia… – Read on Path.

Tumblr Indonesia Picnic (Chapter JABODETABEK)

tumblr-indonesia:

Setelah sudah lama kita tidak mengadakan meetup kali ini Komunitas Tumblr Indonesia mengundang kalian untuk ikut “Tumblr Picnic”.

Apa aja sih yang akan kita lakukan disana?

Sudah pasti meetup sesama member untuk nambahin ilmu dan network , piknik , performance dari member jika ada yang mau bawa…

discoverynews:

Eye Reflections in Photos Could Help Solve Crimes
Eyes are supposed to be windows to the soul — but they make even better mirrors. And what they reflect will astonish you. Read more

discoverynews:

Eye Reflections in Photos Could Help Solve Crimes

Eyes are supposed to be windows to the soul — but they make even better mirrors. And what they reflect will astonish you. Read more

Think account

I think,  i must get account in tumblr with my real “name”,  i think tumblr just like a chirpstory..  In simple way

afootballreport:

Exploitation and Abuse, Qatar 2022

I have not seen a single slave in Qatar. I don’t know where those reports come from. I have been to Qatar many times and therefore have a different view, which, I believe, is more realistic." - Franz Beckenbaurer

Franz, it might be time to rethink that position. The ongoing exploitation of migrant workers in Qatar is an established fact at this point, and a recent report by Amnesty International further confirms what we already knew: Qatar is a nation whose explosive growth has been based on the systemic exploitation of migrant workers. Whether it’s the latest hotel in Doha, a man-made luxury island, or a stadium fit for a World Cup Final, odds are, it’s been built on the back of a maltreated and underpaid slave workforce. 

Here are some highlights from Amnesty International’s report

  • There are 1.35 million foreign nationals working in Qatar
  • Migrant workers now make up some 94 per cent of the total workforce in the country
  • 90% had their passports held by their employers
  • 56% did not have a government health card, essential to access public hospitals
  • 21% “sometimes, rarely or never” received their salary on time
  • 20% got a different salary than had been promised
  • 15% worked in a different job to the one promised

And that’s just scratching the surface.

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Qatar o.. Qatar….

afootballreport:

This is not José Mourinho

By Nicol Hay

Picture José Mourinho. Now let me guess what’s in your head. 

I think the José in your mind is raising his fists, celebrating another crushing of a weaker opponent. He is wearing a luxurious winter coat over a suit so finely tailored it would be impossible for any other man to wear it. Yes, his ego shines through – but it is backed up by the imperious display of towering athletes so devoted to his guidance that they perform unbelievable feats in roles they would otherwise consider beneath their skill. You love him, you hate him, he is indifferent. The José in your mind is in total control of a team and a club that expresses his personality completely.

Now look at the Stamford Bridge touchline. You see that man in the crumpled sportswear, peripheral to the game in front of him? The man with all of the rage, but none of the fire?

This is not José Mourinho.

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