If you belong to a minority group or an indigenous people, you have the right to your own language, culture and beliefs.
Examples of indigenous peoples, meaning those who lived first of all in their country, are Aborigines in Australia and the Inuit in Greenland and Canada. Children from indigenous peoples and minorities are often exposed to injustice. Some are not allowed to speak their own language. Others may not believe in or love whomever they want. Many are discriminated against. For example, some do not get the same opportunities as other children, when it comes to school, sports and health care.