World Cup draws attention to equal rights, including attire


              A woman passes by fashion outfit at the Al Hazm luxury mall, in Doha, Qatar, Wednesday, April 24, 2019. After FIFA awarded the World Cup to Qatar, there were questions about what women would be allowed to wear. The local organizing guide says women must dress modestly with sleeves, long pants or long skirts. 
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              FILE- A Qatari woman walks in front of the city skyline in Doha, Qatar on May 14, 2010. After FIFA awarded the World Cup to Qatar, there were questions about what women would be allowed to wear. The local organizing guide says women must dress modestly with sleeves, long pants or long skirts.  (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili, File)
            FILE - Former American soccer international Carli Lloyd, right, and Jermaine Jenas, English television presenter, pundit and retired professional soccer player assist with the 2022 soccer World Cup draw at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center in Doha, Qatar, Friday, April 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic, File) Rabah Madjer, Jermaine Jenas, Carli Lloyd, Bora Milutinovic, Samantha Johnson, Idris Elba, Reshmin Chowdhury, Gianni Infantino, FIFA President, Cafu, Tim Cahill, Jay-Jay Okocha and Lothar Matthaus, from left, pose for a photograph after the 2022 soccer World Cup draw at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Center in Doha, Qatar, Friday, April 1, 2022. (AP Photo/Darko Bandic, File) 
              FILE - Qatari families meet during a cultural event at the Msheireb district in Doha, Qatar, May 6, 2018. The foreign fans descending on Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup will find a country where women work, hold public office and cruise in their supercars along the city's palm-lined corniche. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili, File)
            
              FILE- Qatari women and a man walk in front of the city skyline in Doha, Qatar, Saturday, April 7, 2012. The foreign fans descending on Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup will find a country where women work, hold public office and cruise in their supercars along the city's palm-lined corniche. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili, File)
            FILE - Sheikha Moza bint Nasser al-Missned, wife of Qatari Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani, waves to the crowds as she arrives to Doha, Friday, Dec. 3, 2010 coming from Zurich following the official announcement that Qatar will host the 2022 Soccer World Cup. The foreign fans descending on Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup will find a country where women work, hold public office and cruise in their supercars along the city's palm-lined corniche. (AP Photo/Osama Faisal, File)