Moral Rights Model Concept (Ethic)
Moral Rights Model is an ethic model for the decision taking that evaluates the decisions and behaviors, by its compatibility with the fundamental rights such as the right to life, freedom, health and privacy of the person o r group. According to this model, decisions and behaviors should respect 6 moral rights, namely:
- Life and Safety: the organization members, clients and public in general, have the right to not have their lives in danger;
- Transparency: the organization members, clients and public in general, have the right to not be intentionally misled in the information that is transmitted to them;
- Privacy: all citizens have the right to control the access and the use of their personal information either by the governmental organizations, either by the employers and others;
- Conscious freedom: all citizens have the right to refuse obedience to orders that violate their religious and moral beliefs;
- Expression freedom: all members of the organization and others have the right to criticize ethic or the employers’ actions legally.
- Private property: legal systems of most countries recognize the individual right of private property.