"Social guide" on support measures for families with children published in Komi Republic

16 May 2017

On May 15, Commissioner for Human Rights in the Komi Republic Nadezhda Bykovskaya took part in the presentation of the document "Social support for families with children in the Komi Republic" which comprises the information about support measures prescribed for families with children by federal and local legislation.

"A huge amount of information is represented in the document. It will be useful for social services specialists and for families who’ll be able to learn the state support that they are entitled to", Nadezhda Bykovskaya said.

Together with the Сentre for social technologies development in the Komi Republic, the Regional Ministry of Work, Employment and Social Protection has gone to considerable lengths taking inventory of all social support measures for families and on the unification of information about benefits. Representatives of the executive authorities of the Republic as well as regional departments of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation and of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation also took part in the working on the document.

Adapted from the Press Service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in the Komi Republic

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