Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (Russia)

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Ministry of Labour and Social Protection
Министерство труда и социальной защиты Российской Федерации
Agency overview
Preceding Agency Ministry of Healthcare and Social Development
Jurisdiction Government of Russia
Agency executive Maxim Topilin, Minister

The Ministry of Labour and Social Protection of the Russian Federation (Russian: Министерство труда и социальной защиты Российской Федерации) is the federal ministry that carries out the functions of public policy and legal regulation in the area of social protection and labor. Current minister is Maxim Topilin.

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Role and policy[edit]

The jurisdiction of the ministry include the functions of developing and implementing public policy and legal regulation in the demography, labor, living standards and incomes, wages, pensions, including non-government, social security, occupational safety and health, social partnership and industrial relations, employment and unemployment, labor migration, the alternative civil service, civil service (except for matters wages), social protection and social services, including social protection of families, women and children, guardianship of incapacitated adults, or are not fully capable citizens, as well as the provision of prosthetic and orthopedic care, rehabilitation, medico-social examination.