Human Rights in Diverse Societies

Paper authored by Tushar Jain, law student from Marwadi University Gujarat


The Constitution of India perceives the idea of ethnic personality and makes sufficient game plans for it. Indeed, the drafters gave due acknowledgment to the various communities and made expound arrangements to empower them, to encourage leading to promotion of their diversity. In other words, rather than dispiriting differences, the Constitution underestimates them and offers sufficient offices for their demeanor and development.

Right from the earliest starting point of the drafting of the Constitution, the fathers of the Constitution were against the concept of assimilation of these personalities and invested a decent arrangement of energy in examining different Constitutions of multicultural nations in order to join the best arrangements to help these communities. The Constitution of India guarantees that, from one perspective, no group is discriminated or disadvantaged and, on the other, that each such group may preserve the identities peculiar to itself. A detailed investigation of the distinctive Constitutional arrangements will make it plentifully evident that our Constitution has embraced and actualized the ‘bundle’ approach for managing diversities.

Tentative Chapters

  1. Introduction
  2. Multicultural Provisions
  3. Diversity
  4. Measure of safeguarding diversity
  5. Effects of Constitutional framework on Diversity
  6. Conclusion

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