Accommodating cultural diversity applied legal philosophy
Culture is a notoriously overbroad concept, and all of these categories have been subsumed by or equated with the concept of culture (Song 2008).
Language and religion are at the heart of many claims for cultural accommodation by immigrants.
religious exemptions), assistance to do things that the majority can do unassisted (e.g.
multilingual ballots, funding for minority language schools and ethnic associations, affirmative action), representation of minorities in government bodies (e.g.
Some group-differentiated rights are held by individual members of minority groups, as in the case of individuals who are granted exemptions from generally applicable laws in virtue of their religious beliefs or individuals who seek language accommodations in schools or in voting.
Other group-differentiated rights are held by the group qua group rather by its members severally; such rights are properly called group rights, as in the case of indigenous groups and minority nations, who claim the right of self-determination.
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granting jurisdiction over family law to religious courts), or limited self-government rights (e.g.Catalans, Basque, Welsh, Québécois), and indigenous peoples (e.g.