ethnic group

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Gone will be the days of searching endlessly through YouTube to find engaging movies of ethnic origin.
It also has provisions to fight discrimination against individuals or groups on the basis of religion, caste, doctrine, race, colour or ethnic origin.
It is further alleged that this breach of Rule E3(1) is an "Aggravated Breach" as defined in Rule E3(2), as it included a reference to ethnic origin and/or colour and/or race.
born immigrants were the only immigrant population to have noticeable proportions choosing "Canadian" ethnic origin, and even for this group, the proportions were low.
But local campaigners said it was an important resource for the community, especially for the many residents of ethnic origin.
The court of third instance, however, rejected Yosifov's complaint that he had been discriminated against on the basis of his ethnic origin and as a result of political and media pressures.
Nearly 400 awards, ranging from $250 to $5,000, will be made available to students based on a wide variety of criteria, including financial need, area of study, ethnic origin, community involvement, high school and place of residence.
I HAVE made a Freedom of Information request to my council, asking how many homeless people in Birmingham are British born, and what their ethnic origin might be.
Lactics chief Whelan has a week to respond after he was alleged to have breached FA rules on abusive and insulting conduct, including reference to ethnic origin or race.
Having overweight or obese parents is a stronger predictor of childhood obesity than ethnic origin of the child.
Macedonians in Australia, are especially told that the answer "Greece", for example, does not mean that they declare themselves to have Greek ethnic origin.
has introduced a new line of dietary supplements specifically designed for people based on ethnic origin and native background.
Many of the variants were spread throughout the human population, regardless of ethnic origin.
Trajanoski believes that if the use of "The Republic of Northern Macedonia" is accepted then there is a great danger that we will be identified as "North (ern) Macedonians" (as the "North (ern) Irishmen" and "North (ern) Koreans") are identified, despite of their ethnic origin.
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