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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Business and Human Rights Over 200,000 people have died from the 1984 toxic gas leak in Bhopal, India. The effects are still felt today and people are dying and getting very ill. Companies dumped there for cost-cutting reasons. Privatization and economic globalization have given companies unknown access to new territories, and expanded their reach across national borders. Turkish offiials did not ensure the safety of their jobs. They were killed in mines and it was said that work space did not keep up with regulation of safety. Businesses supplying countries with tear gas that are known to have abused this riot control equipment.Turkey is being supllied Social Issues Cites- The people of Côte dIvoire woke up to find that foul-smelling, toxic waste had been dumped in their city. Tons of people had experienced nausea, headaches, breathing difficulties, stinging eyes, and burning skin. The waste that was dumped by a corporate company, Trafigura, because it was cheaper, easier, and theyignored the few to little laws against it. This is a crime against humanity because it is affecting the well being of people Examples All companies have a direct responsibility to respect human rights no matter where their operations take place Major oil spills from the company shell have disrupted the lives of 69,000 people. Their farmland and fishing spots have been completely destroyed and the oil company has not stopped or helped to clean up the mess. People are losing buisness and are unable to find food.
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