or ethno-pluralism also known as ethnoregionalism, is the acknowledgment of the diversity of different ethnic groups. Ethnopluralism brings together the philosophical doctrine of pluralism (often referred to as the doctrine of multiplicity) and applies the concept to ethnicity
Ethnopluralism involves the implication of two policies.
The first policy is maintaining the cultural space and identity of a community.
The second policy utilizes a common culture as a type of mechanism in the formation of a nation that has proper protocol for dealing with community affairs.
Ethnopluralists assert the principle of “right to difference” and argue for regional ethnic or racial separatism (the plurality of ethno-identities)