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Corporate Social Responsibility IMF

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Corporate Social Responsibility IMF

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Running Head: Contemporary ThemesCONTEMPORARY THEMESStudent Name:Student ID:Professor Name:
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Contemporary Themes 2Table of ContentsImmigration (human rights).............................................................................................................3Corporate social responsibility (oil companies in Africa)...............................................................3The IMF and World Bank................................................................................................................4Ban the box (law and the individual)...............................................................................................5Reference List..................................................................................................................................6
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Contemporary Themes 3Immigration (human rights) The term “Immigration” refers to the migration of an individual from one’s own country toanother in search of better job opportunities. For some individuals, migration may be anoptimistic experience, but for others, it might be bad experience due to lack of human rights(Kempadoo, Sanghera & Pattanaik, 2015). Most of the immigrants are increasing at all levelsnamely global, regional as well as national level. Migrants in that unbalanced situation, habituatethemselves to live and work in the gloom. They are deprived of fundamental rights and freedom,at times afraid to complain as a result they are susceptible to discrimination, and often misusedand treated as insignificant. One of the main crime that has emerged due to migration istrafficking which subordinates human rights. In past few decades, internationally recognised guidelines on human rights of the immigrantswere been explained by UN. It is a comprehensive set of binding human rights and related toolstogether with standards of best principles, which are practised (Shelton, 2015). The Universalhuman Rights declaration states that “Everyone is equally entitled to all the rights andfreedoms”. All the countries are indebted to make sure that any differentiation in treatmentbetween national and not- national should have a genuine purpose. Countries have their ownright to decide upon immigration, which is inhibited by the obligations voluntarily assumed bycountries under international human rights law (Kempadoo, Sanghera & Pattanaik, 2015).Corporate social responsibility (oil companies in Africa)Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) indicates the awareness that business does not exist inproper social and environmental space. In fact, various companies may recognise CSR maymean different things. For some companies CSR means compliance with assertive necessitiesand orders, this governs business. Whereas, some companies CSR might be a chance orrequirement of engaging in philanthropic activities (Caroll, 2015).
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