On September 7, High Commissioner for Human Rights in the Russian Federation Tatiana Moskalkova gave a lecture at Kazan (Volga Region) Federal University.
Tatiana Moskalkova told the students about the history of the ombudsman institution in Russia, as well as its role and place in the human rights system of the country.
The ombudswoman paid special attention to the main areas of her activities and topics of incoming applications, including from residents of the Republic of Tatarstan.
«Residents of the Republic of Tatarstan also apply to us. 3,700 appeals were received by the High Commissioner from 2016 to 2020," Tatiana Moskalkova noted.
The federal ombudswoman also spoke about the activities of the High Commissioner in the field of international cooperation, legislation improvement and paid special attention to legal education.
At the end of the lecture, Tatiana Moskalkova answered the students' questions.