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High Commissioner defended rights of student

12 March 2018

High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova was approached by citizen K. in defense of her son, a student of the Ulyanovsk Railway College. According to her, the scholarship commission of the technical school, referring to the incorrect execution of the certificate from the social protection agencies and the terms of the application, refused to grant the young man the appointment of a social scholarship.

After acquainting herself with the materials, Tatiana Moskalkova sent a request to the Ministry of Education and Science of the Ulyanovsk Region.

According to the reply, in late 2017 an order to appoint a state social allowance to the applicant’s son was signed.

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