Oh wow they ask for nationality...

Posted by: hhh5h on September 16, 2020

I could be wrong but that seems like it would be an illegal question for a contest, at least in Canada. They can ask which country you currently live in, but making a question asking for your nationality, and then making answering it a factor in entering the contest is not allowed. Usually these kind of questions are not allowed for obvious reasons

Posted by: hhh5h on September 16, 2020

Nationality means "What nation are you from?" not "What race are you?". It's the same as asking for Country. You're only go into it a second thought because it's sponsored by a company with Africa in the name to go to African nations.

Posted by: Todynit on September 16, 2020

I know what nationality means. Asking for someone's country of origin is very iffy. It's not at all the same thing as asking which country do you currently live in. Especially since more than 1 in 5 Canadians are foreign-born

Posted by: hhh5h on September 16, 2020

just put in unknown and be done with it.

Posted by: stlclipper on September 16, 2020

Luxury has never come to mind when thinking of Ethiopia. Maybe that's just me

Posted by: Tycobbn on September 16, 2020

Ethiopia is at the top of my list for travel for biodiversity and travel.

Asking nationality in the US is allowable in many settings if even the slightest justification is given. Here I would suppose it could be justified by the limitations in southern and eastern African travel for many passports. My household had differing passports and we have been limited by this in Africa.

Posted by: hubbjm on September 16, 2020

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