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Magadan will discuss the norms of social services in the Russian Federation
A public discussion of the federal law "On the fundamentals of social services for citizens in the Russian Federation" will take place in the Magadan Region. According to the press service of the regional administration, a special round table has been organized for this purpose, which will be held on November 6 in the regional scientific library named after A.S. Pushkin.
Participants will discuss issues related to social services and fee-based service delivery. There will also be presented new forms of social services that have been introduced by the Ministry of Labor of the region since 2014 - a family for an elderly person, the provision of state social assistance on the basis of a "social contract".
Representatives of public associations of veterans, disabled people, public organizations of women, large families, representatives of the association of social teachers and social workers are invited to the event. Employees of the Ministry of Labor and Social Policy of the Magadan Region, deputy heads of municipal districts for social issues also participate in the discussion of the law and the principles of its implementation in the territory of the Magadan region.
The Law “On the Principles of Social Services for Citizens in the Russian Federation” comes into force on January 01, 2015, and introduces uniform standards of social services for the population throughout the country. The law introduced new concepts, such as, “provider” and “recipient of social services”, defined their rights and obligations, clarified the principles of social services, the conditions for the provision of social services in a stationary, semi-stationary form and at home. In addition, the law defines a unified approach to the payment of social services, depending on the income of service recipients.