Youth Social Policy in the Russian Federation

M.V. Parshina , S.V. Smirnova , N. Grashchenkov
European Research Studies Journal, Volume XXI, Special Issue 2, 388-395, 2018
DOI: 10.35808/ersj/1265


Modern look of youth social policy in the Russian Federation began to take shape in the 90s, when, due to socio-political and administrative reorganization of the society, the state recognized the need to support young people. Youth is one of the most vulnerable social groups. In this article, it is described on methods and systems analysis techniques, summarizing the results accomplished. The key aspects of youth social policy at the federal and regional levels are also presented. It is proved that the youth is now at risk requiring care of the state. Despite more than 20 years of history of formation, youth social policy is just beginning to take shape and to go beyond the boundaries of the federal legislation. The targeted youth programs of social policy are certainly significant, but require not only testing, but also the introduction by the state of the Russian Federation.

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