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18 Justin Daniel It is socially constructed and reconstructed in line with different and multiple inﬂuences and changes which affect individuals’ conditions of life, and hence prevents any reduction of their identity to an objectiﬁed vision which could lead to an assimilation to say the least threatening to the island reality, and at the same time render incomprehensible the tensions between the two ‘worlds’, which remain clearly distinct from each other despite their broadly common cultural framework.
The collaboration of ethnic minorities does not prevent mutual respect for differences. Another consequence of this strategy for integra- 36 Fred Réno tion has been the percentage of jobs in the public sector proportional to the demographic strength of the communities. Priority was given to qualiﬁed members of the ethnic minorities who were underrepresented. Bernie Grant noted that there were 45 per cent of ‘minorities’ in his area and decided that an equivalent percentage of jobs in the public sector should be had by employees from the minorities.
He considered that there was a need for recognition of the weight which could be carried by the people originating from the DOM-TOMs resident there. Which meant, according to him, that our compatriots should be aware that they are citizens and that consequently, they have rights and obligations. ’11 The French attitude is far from equalling the commitment of the British or that of the Caribbean people in the Netherlands. The ﬁrst forms of mobilization by people from Dutch dependencies took place a long time ago.