and duties” (emphasis
added). This formulation seems to follow an individualistic approach. However, the entire policy calls for group-specific rights
, that is, rights given to citizens based on their membership in particular groups. It does not appear to be possible to justify the group-specific measures spelled out in this policy from the individualist perspective it takes in its Article 2. Other than that, the policy is generally in line with Kymlicka’s theory, insofar as it promotes group specific rights for minorities in addition to the common citizenship rights.