Human Rights In Myanmar Ethical Issues

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The most serious ethical issue will happen if TATA explore new market in Myanmar is Human Rights. Human rights are rights inherent to all human beings, different nationality, and place of residents, sex, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, language, or any other status. (Rose-Ackerman, S 1975). Rights that we take for granted in developed nations, such as freedom of association, freedom of assembly, freedom of speech, freedom of movement and freedom from political repression and so on are by no means universally accepted. (Hill, C 2012). The world has watched in horrors as the humanitarian disaster has unfurl in Myanmar for decade years and it makes Myanmar ranked top of the worst human rights in the world . In Myanmar, Most of the local and multinational company employed child labour, forced labour and slave labour to conduct daily operation of their company. Those workers has been abused, rape, confiscation and destruction of their property. Additionally, this country’s workers have no ethic nationalities for equal rights and autonomy, union representation and political enfranchisement are not allowed. The creation of sweatshop in Myanmar is also very commons in Myanmar, in which long hours and low pay are the typical conditions of work. Thus, if TATA conduct business in Myanmar, will face problem of labour employment which is the potentially employed child or women been forced as worker, against the proper human right.
Other than human rights, corruption is also

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