Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) consists of the obligation of the business society to pay attention on problems external to them, public problems, such as combating poverty and social inequity, reduction of spatial inequalities of income and wealth, through instruments and actions aimed especially at the “underprivileged society”, within their sphere of influence, following rules of Human Rights and environmental protection. In the exercise of their activities and performance of their social obligations, Corporations keep close connection with States. In this relation with governments, corruption, in its many ways, may hamper the operational process, raising the cost of productive investment and social projects, making it even impossible to develop them. In this scenario, businesses have to fight corruption to make possible the exercise of their social obligations. The purpose of this paper is to show how Corporations can protect their business against corruption and Human Right abuses, enabling CSR, as well as whether and why the private sector can take measures to help the State promotes a more honest and transparent environment. It was used an analytical approach, showing and discussing real effects of corruption and Human Right abuses on businesses and, generally, on society. It was Observed in the results that within Brazilian reality, follow rules of Law it is not enough to fight corruption and enforce social programs, it is necessary a more proactive measure, acting directly on State policies, pursue reforms on judicial system and seek union of business society, to ensure an effective collective action, which can really support society with their necessities, providing effective remedies.