NATIONAL HUMAN DEVELOPMENT POLICY IN A HIGHLY MOBILE SOCIETY: FORMATION METHODOLOGY AND IMPLEMENTATION CONCEPT
The article aims to substantiate the relevance of the formation and implementation of national human development policy in a highly mobile society, in light of the modern imperative for a person’s right to freedom of movement and freedom of choice. Such a policy envisages a set of measures aimed at creating a favourable internal living environment and, at the same time, preserving the possibility for the right of return and protection of citizens, regardless of their place of residence. The study deepens the theoretical foundations of national human development policy under the conditions of a highly mobile society. The article justifies the dominance of neoliberal ideology in managerial approaches to policy implementation, and the necessity of legislative consolidation of national human development policy in a highly mobile society. The concept includes three categories and related goals: general security provisions and principles of movement regulations applied to all categories of mobile persons; internal spatial mobility; external (inbound, outbound) spatial mobility. The concept is an important component in the implementation of national sectoral doctrines (socio- -cultural, political and legal, economic, security), which in the long term will ensure the formation of a human development paradigm under conditions of a highly mobile society for sustainable human development. The harmonization of national human development policy with national migration policy proves the advantages of selective multiculturalism in providing spiritual and information mobility for a person and a state.
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