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Monitoring of socio-economic rights in Tatarstan

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The book presents the results of monitoring socio-economic rights in the Russian Federation, which was conducted in 15 regions of Russia, including in the Republic of Tatarstan.
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Contents

Opening Remarks (Prof. L. H. Mingazov)
Introduction
Compiled report
Brief description of the Russian Federation
General situation of socio-economic rights
General characteristics of the regional regulatory framework
Section 1. The right to work and working conditions:
Right to work
1.1. Unemployment
1.2. Discrimination in employment
1.3. Discrimination in the workplace
1.4. Unfair dismissal
1.5. Forced labor
1.6. Vocational training and guidance
Working conditions
1.7. The right to a fair and equal remuneration for work
1.8. Safe working conditions
1.9. The right to rest and leisure
Section 2. The right to social security and social insurance:
Social security
2.1. Dole
2.2. Pensions
2.3. Survivor's pension
2.4. Manual on sickness and disability
2.5. Disability
2.6. Benefits for Refugees
2.7. Poverty Benefit
2.8. Appeals for benefits
Social insurance
2.9. Entitlement to maternity / post-natal care for the child
Section 3. Right to the highest attainable standard of health:
Medical care
3.1. Availability of medical care
3.2. Vulnerable
3.2.1.Invalidy
3.2.2.Osuzhdennye
3.2.4.Vynuzhdennye immigrants and refugees
3.3. People with HIV / AIDS
3.4. People with TB
3.5. People suffering from drug addiction
3.6. Consent to medical intervention
3.7. Medical information - availability and confidentiality
3.8. Mental health
3.9. Maternal and child health, reproductive health
3.10. Domestic violence
3.11. Child
3.12. Epidemic control
3.13. Doctors and other health workers
3.14. Medical and health education information
Ecology
Food
Section 4. Right to education:
4.1. Public policy
4.2. Funding
4.3. Attendance
4.4. Curricula
4.5. Gender equality
4.6. Children with disabilities and children with special needs
4.7. Religious beliefs
4.8. Physical conditions
4.9. Expulsion
4.10. Choosing schools
4.11. Flogging
4.12. Higher education
4.13. Adult
Regional NGOs working in the field of protecting and promoting social and economic rights.
Conclusions and recommendations
Recommendations sections:
Section 1. The right to work and working conditions
Section 2. Right to social security and social insurance
Section 3. Right to the highest attainable standard of health
Section 4. Right to education

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