World Cup 2022

We are seeing the tournaments legacy all around us


Aisha Tanvir is proudly supporting the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ as one of 250 accessibility volunteers.

Born in the UAE to Indian parents, Aisha attended Bristol University in the UK and works as a senior English writer at Qatar Foundation (QF).

We caught up with Aisha to discuss her role and the legacy the tournament will deliver.

What convinced you to become a Qatar 2022 volunteer?

It was Qatar’s commitment to hosting an accessible World Cup. In my interview, I was very clear that the only area I was interested in volunteering was accessibility. At QF, we have the Ability-Friendly Programme – an initiative that supports people of all abilities to engage in sporting and developmental activities. Volunteering for the programme was a huge eye-opener for me – it made me realise how inaccessible the simplest of things can be for people with disabilities and how unfair that is. It also encouraged me to seek ways to make a difference – and what better way than being an accessibility volunteer at the World Cup here in Qatar.

How has your volunteer experience been so far?

We are a group of around 250 accessibility volunteers and our induction, training and briefings have all been great – we have all learned a great deal about accessibility and are keen to play our part in ensuring an incredible experience for fans and visitors.

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