Khasenov Muslim Khanatovich, Ph.D., Ph docent of the Chair of Civil and Environmental Law participated in the 12th European-Asian Legal Congress "Law and Justice: Global Challenges" in Yekaterinburg (Russia).
The Congress was established by the Association of Lawyers of Russia in 2007 as a special discussion platform where representatives of the state, business, and the public may update the tasks of professional lawyers whose solution should contribute to enhancing the effectiveness of the Euro-Asian cooperation.
Exceptionality of the XII session of the Congress is due to the fact that it is timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Ural State Law University, one of the leading law universities in Russia.
For 2 days of the Congress, more than 40 reports on various problems of legal science and practice were heard (14 reports in plenary session and 30 reports on sectional). Speakers were represented from a wide range of countries, whose geography goes far beyond the CIS.
Khasenov Muslim made a report on precarious work and legal regulation of the self-employed population. In particular, the results of international studies conducted by the ILO and the main provisions of the concept of precarious employment, which is firmly entrenched in international practice, as well as detailed analysis of the legal regulation of the self-employed population in Kazakhstan, the reform of the implementation of the Single Comprehensive Payment. The report caused heated discussion and great interest among colleagues - participants of the Congress.
The report will be published in the next issue of the journal "Labor Law in Russia and Abroad", published by the Lomonosov’s Moscow State University. The journal is included in the list of the Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation and is indexed by the Russian Index of scientific citations (RISC).