Children's rights must be respected and protected. For this, a special state structure has been created in Russia. Mikhail Krupin is the Commissioner for Children's Rights in the Yaroslavl Region.
Childhood and youth
Mikhail Lvovich Krupin held various positions in the regional management structure. In the summer of 2016, deputies of the regional Duma elected him as children's ombudsman. This is a significant and very responsible post. In this area of responsibility, one must not work carelessly and formally relate to the solution of the tasks at hand.
The future ombudsman for the rights of the child was born on March 23, 1972 in an ordinary Soviet family. Parents lived in the famous city of Yaroslavl. My father worked on the railroad. The mother worked as a therapist in a polyclinic. Mikhail grew up as a physically strong and sociable boy. I studied well at school. He loved the lessons of mathematics and literature. He was actively involved in sports. When the time came to choose a profession, Krupin decided to get a specialized education at the Higher Military Finance School, which he graduated in 1994.
When Krupin received his degree in economics and the rank of "lieutenant", the army was already undergoing a large-scale reduction. After leaving the military, he began his professional career in civilian life. For two years Mikhail held a technical position in the regional department of the Federal Tax Service. I studied all the subtleties and nuances of the current taxation system. Then he headed the Taxpayers Rights Protection Fund for four years. During this period, he completed a training course at the legal department of Yaroslavl University and received the qualification "lawyer".
Krupin's professional career developed gradually. Without bright ups and scandalous failures. Since 2000, he has held various positions in regional and regional energy companies. In the fall of 2011, Mikhail Lvovich was elected chairman of the Council of Patrons of Yaroslavia Charitable Foundation. In this position, he showed his organizational and entrepreneurial skills. Soon Krupin was elected a deputy of the Yaroslavl Regional Duma. He worked in the Committee on Budget and Youth Affairs.
Recognition and privacy
In the summer of 2016, Mikhail Krupin was appointed to the post of Ombudsman for the Rights of the Child. Following his official duties, he made a significant contribution to the development of the patronage service, increasing funding for children's institutions and the development of children's sports.
The personal life of the Ombudsman has developed well. Mikhail is legally married. The husband and wife raised and raised three sons.