of diversity, see Kymlicka 2007, where I distinguish nine characteristic types of multiculturalism policies for indigenous peoples; six characteristic multiculturalism policies adopted in relation to national minorities; and nine such policies in relation to immigrant groups.
Firstly, Kymlicka states that members of a minority culture need cultural rights to sustain their lives in the majority culture. In most countries there are different sorts of minority groups, such as, religious minorities, ethnic minorities, immigrants minorities, and so on. In this post, I provide a summary of Will Kymlickas very influential book on multiculturalism, titled Multicultural Citizenship: a liberal theory of minority rights.
This book is important for everyone interested in multiculturalism since it initiated the contemporary debate about groupdifferentiated rights. Citizenship Studies, Vol. 1, No. 2, 1997 Culture vs Citizenship? A Review and Critique of Will Kymlicka's Multicultural Citizenship TRIADAFILOS TRIADAFILOPOULOS Next article in issue: Dilemmas of a Multicultural Theory of Citizenship.
A Multicultural Continuum: A Critique of Will Kymlickas EthnicNation Dichotomy. Authors. Iris Marion Young. Kymlicka on culture and education, School Field, 2013, 11, 1, 23CrossRef; Book Review: Multicultural Citizenship: A Liberal Theory of Minority Rights. Will Kymlicka. [REVIEW Brian Barry 1996 Ethics 107 (1): 153. Multiculturalism without Citizenship?
links to state institutions helps to explain why Canada has been relatively immune to the parallel societies critique of multiculturalism. American Political Science Association Annual Meetings, Chicago, Aug. 31. Kymlicka, Will. 2003 Multicultural States and Intercultural Citizens