In this case study you are required to apply ethics and csr theory to the football organisation FIFA.

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Using two ethical contrasting ethical theories studied on the module,
discuss the actions of the FIFA Executive Committee, and particularly
those of the President, Seep Blatter.

Description

FIFA was founded in 1904 and currently comprises 209 national football associations from within six regional confederations: Africa, Asia, Europe, North & Central America and the Caribbean, Oceania and South America.  It is a registered charity, established under Swiss law, with headquarters in Zurich. It generates income from sponsorship.  In 2013 it had revenues of more than $1.3 billion, resulting in a net profit of $72 million, and retained cash reserves in excess of $1.4 billion.  The association is led by an Executive Committee composed of 24 individuals: the President, 8 vice-presidents and 15 members; and daily administration is undertaken by the General Secretariat, with a staff of around 280, under the leadership of the President and General Secretary.  Remuneration for the presidency in 2011 was approximately 2 million Swiss francs, (about $ 2million) with 1.2 million Swiss francs /dollars in salary plus bonuses.