TECHNO LEGAL PROBLEMS OF ENSURING INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL SECURITY

Author Name(s): Natalya A. Zhukova, Ol'ga N. Kichalyuk, Gennadij Yu. Lesnikov, Vladimir V. Tabolin, Husen A. Thabisimov
Author Email: zhukova_n@bsu.edu.ru

Abstract

This paper deals with the problem of socio-economic security of the state. The paper examines possible ways of ensuring the social security of society by training personnel in public services and social workers having modern competencies that can ensure social security and create conditions for social stability and consistently solve the tasks of social and economic development in the interests of a wide range of people.

Keywords

Social Security, Economic Security, Personnel Potential

Introduction

The problems of ensuring social security have existed and solved, with a greater or lesser success in different periods of statehood, in different countries. These problems existed and were represented differently in the Russian Empire, in the Soviet Union, in the Russian Federation, but they differed much from the current agenda. In the second decade of the twenty-first century, Russia, like a number of other modern states, faced new challenges that threatened its stable social and economic development. Searching for and finding of appropriate solutions and the related problems at different levels such as state, methodological, sociotechnological, is an extremely urgent task. By solving the problems of ensuring its national security, the Russian Federation simultaneously helps other countries and their people facing similar challenges to solve address them. To the extent that we, in general, will cope with these tasks, largely depends on the entire socio-economic situation and the living conditions of the population of our countries in the near future.

Conclusion

Today, there is a pending need to develop more extensive relevant training courses and programs that include a significant amount of sociocultural knowledge, allows its students to master the techniques of socio-psychological diagnosis and correction, and acquire fundamentally new competencies enabling them holding discussions on the essence of pressing problems of society, overcoming negative trends in consciousness and behavior by persuasion. This will minimize the number of persons potentially able to replenish the number of members of extremist-oriented communities. It is crucial that the target audience for the work carried out by specially trained government officials (possibly in conjunction with representatives of traditional religions) would be young people who are in difficult life situation, including in penitentiary facilities, penal settlements, densely populated refugee camps, etc. It is expedient to organize a constant exchange of experience, educational and training materials between specialists of various government departments on this issue. Considering that many states are now facing similar problems in Eurasia, the solution of social security issues in this way become the problems of international regional security. It would be extremely useful to establish an international cooperation in the field of training personnel addressing social security problems. International cooperation in this area may become true in a short time. This will contribute to the staffing of regional antiterrorist cooperation, as a necessary precondition for addressing the issues of countering terrorist challenges. Threats of extremism and terrorism are one of the most dangerous our civilization has faced with at the present stage of its development. To overcome them is a common goal that should be reached jointly by methods and means that give attention to the sociocultural features and conditions in society [4]

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