By Yash Ghai
Responses to ethnic conflicts in contemporary many years have ranged from oppression and ethnic detoxing to lodgings of ethnic claims via affirmative rules, specific varieties of illustration, strength sharing, and the combination of minorities. probably the most wanted, and resisted, units for clash administration is autonomy. This publication makes use of pick out international locations together with China, Canada, South Africa, former Yugoslavia and Australia to discover the dialectics of ethnicity and territory as mediated by means of quite a few types of autonomy.
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Furdiermore, the continued vigour and vitality of the French Canadian community, concentrated in Quebec, shows that a federal system involving extensive provincial autonomy and a constitutionally asymmetrical recognition of the distinctive language, education and civil law of Quebec can accommodate a major federal minority, even though that may at times be a source of controversy. A particularly relevant feature has been the Canadian innovation of combining federal and parliamentary institutions.
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The Acadians, as the French Canadians in New Brunswick are known, have a very different history in Canada from that of the francophones of Quebec. While the Acadians are also French-speaking, their culture is distinctive. It is these French minorities in other provinces and also the English-speaking minority in Quebec that led to the provisions in the 1867 constitution, and later the Charter of Rights and Freedoms of 1982, for special educational arrangements relating to religious and linguistic minorities within provinces (Constitution Act 1867, s.