Every year more and more attention is given to the role of participation in youth movement politics. For example, an international conference was recently held in the capital of the Russian Federation to examine the observance of human rights in the Eurasian territory. Ombudsmen (representatives of countries charged with overseeing the interests of both civilians and officials) from many countries participated in the event.
The representative of Turkmenistan raised the issue of participation of youth activists in the drafting and implementation of the youth policy program. In her speech, she noted that the Turkmen leadership is constantly improving social policy in the development of the youth movement. Young specialists are confidently offered key positions and involved in addressing important and complex issues in all spheres of development of the state.
The Ombudsman of Turkmenistan suggested the need for legal education for young people, which would promote their participation in the life of the state and the people.
The conference discussed the issues of providing young people with decent jobs, the causes of migration, the problems of education in secondary and higher educational institutions, and ways to solve them.