On December 3, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova opened the
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Tatiana Moskalkova told students about the history of development, guarantees and methods of protecting human rights in the world and in Russia.
"If you do not know your rights, this means that you simply do not have them. If you know your rights, you can prevent their violation and fight for their respect. You are a new generation, which should have a worldview based on respect for human rights. It’s not enough just to know the list of these rights, it is necessary to understand where and how to apply them in a specific life situation. The main objective is not only to provide you with legal knowledge, and not only to teach how to act in a legal space, but to make sure that you want to live and act in justice, and, above all, to change the reality around you, to make life more honest," Tatiana Moskalkova said.
Finally, the High Commissioner awarded the laureates of the contest "Innovative technologies in legal education on the rights and freedoms of citizens, forms and methods of their protection".
During December, within the educational project "HUMAN RIGHTS" students are to meet with regional commissioners and representatives of the human rights community in all the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. In addition, seminars, contests, quizzes, festivals for children and many other