Ethnic groups definition

Ethnic groups means nondominant racial and ethnic groups in the United States, including people who are Abenaki, people from other indigenous groups, and people of African, Asian, Pacific Island, Chicanx, Latinx, or Middle Eastern descent.
Ethnic groups means nondominant racial and ethnic groups in the
Ethnic groups mean those social groups in Lao PDR who have a distinct social and cultural identity, and are susceptible to being disadvantaged in the development process induced by the Project or any part thereof;

Examples of Ethnic groups in a sentence

  • Besides here, it is also spoken in the Zhuang-Miao Autonomous Prefecture of Yunnan Province, in the Lianshan Zhuang-Yao Autonomous County of Guangdong Province, in Congjiang County of Guizhou Province, and in Yao Autonomous County of Hunan Province, and, outside China, in northern Vietnam by the Tay and Nung Ethnic groups.

  • Ethnic groups include Kinh, Thai and Mong who have their own language and scripts, traditional customs and custumes.

  • Ethnic groups are typically known for their wish to integrate into the larger society; they want to become full members of it.

More Definitions of Ethnic groups

Ethnic groups means, for purposes of the Project, the social groups residing or engaged in livelihood activities under the Project from time to time; each of which possesses a distinct social and cultural identity that makes it vulnerable to being disadvantaged in the development process, including the presence in varying degrees of the following characteristics: (i) close attachment to ancestral territories and to the natural resources in these areas; (ii) self-identification and identification by others as members of a distinct cultural group; (iii) a language, often different from the Lao language; (iv) presence of customary social and political institutions; and (v) primarily subsistence-oriented production.

Related to Ethnic groups

  • Medical personnel means a licensed physician employed by or contracted with the Assistance Provider or Medical Evacuation Provider to serve in a medical and administrative capacity as the head of the medical personnel employed by or contracted with the Assistance Provider.

  • Orientation means the initial instruction and information provided to an individual before the individual starts work or volunteer services in a health care institution.

  • Displaced Persons means persons who, on account of the execution of the Project, have experienced or would experience direct economic and social impacts caused by: (a) the involuntary taking of land, resulting in: (i) relocation or loss of shelter; (ii) loss of assets or access to assets; or (iii) loss of income sources or means of livelihood, whether or not such persons must move to another location; or (b) the involuntary restriction of access to legally designated parks and protected areas, resulting in adverse impacts on the livelihood of such persons; and a “Displaced Person” means any of such Displaced Persons.

  • School personnel means professional employee or professional’s delegate of the school district who provides health, educational, social, psychological, law enforcement, or child care services.

  • School grounds means and includes land, portions of land, structures, buildings, and vehicles, when used for the provision of academic or extracurricular programs sponsored by the school district or community provider and structures that support these buildings, such as school district wastewater treatment facilities, generating facilities, and other central services facilities including, but not limited to, kitchens and maintenance shops. School grounds also includes other facilities as defined in N.J.A.C. 6A:26-1.2, playgrounds, and recreational places owned by local municipalities, private entities or other individuals during those times when the school district has exclusive use of a portion of such land.

  • Educator means a person licensed and certified by the State under 14 Del.C. Ch. 12 to engage in the practice of instruction, administration or other related professional support services in Delaware public schools, including charter schools, pursuant to rules and regulations promulgated by the Professional Standards Board and approved by the State Board of Education. The term 'educator' does not include substitute teachers.

  • Members shall have the meaning assigned to it in Section 3.03(i).

  • Sexual orientation means actual or perceived heterosexuality, homosexuality or bisexuality.