by From Nothing
Every child has a right to a name and a Nationality”. This is for parents who wish to initiate such right from the onset of birth.
In the Rights of Indigenous People (those who were here before the modern European Colonist, and before the forming of the corporate ‘United States of America), who are really the Aboriginal and Inidgenous people. If you are Aborignal, you are Indigenous, but being Indigenous does not necessarily mean you are Aboriginal. Moors are Aborignal to all of the 4 corners of this earth. In Article 6, it states:
“Every indigenous individual has the right to a Nationality”.