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The XXI century will be a сentury either of total all-embracing crisis or of moral and spiritual healing that will reinvigorate humankind. It is my conviction that all of us - all reasonable political leaders, all spiritual and ideological movements, all  faiths - must help in this transition to a triumph of humanism and justice, in making the XXI century a century of a new human renaissance.
 

     
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21 сентября 2012

Round Table “Protected Childhood: The National Strategy and Ways to Implement It”

Protected Childhood Project

On 21 September 2012, the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and the Gorbachev Foundation (Raisa Maximovna Club) held round table Protected Childhood: The National Strategy and Ways to Implement It”
 
Hosting the round table were O.M. Zdravomyslova, Executive Director of the International Foundation for Socio-Economic and Political Studies (The Gorbachev Foundation) and A.M. Spivak, Vice President of the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
 
The Round Table Programme
 
Ways to implement the National Action Strategy in Support of Children
A.M. Spivak, Vice President of the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Moscow
 
Initial actions toimplement the National Action Strategy in Support of Children until 2014
G.V. Semiya, Head of the Laboratory for Management of Childhood Protection Social Systems, Capital Academy of Finance and Humanities
 
Repurposing of residential institutions: A new model of the institution for orphan children and children without parental care
Ye.V. Selenina, Senior Researcher at the Laboratory for Socio-Psychological Problems in the Prevention of Child Neglect and Orphanhood, Moscow State University of Psychology and Education
 
Initial actions to protect the interests of children involved in judicial proceedings
Ye.I. Tsymbal, Director of the Centre for Psychologic, Medical and Social Support, Moscow (OZON)
 
Problems and challenges of introducing innovative models of social orphanhood prevention: The Altai Territory’s experience
S.G. Chudova, Head of the Social Work Department, Altai State University
 
Mechanisms of modernizing social and educational support for children in difficult life situations
N.P. Ivanova, Head of the Laboratory for Childhood Socio-Educational Problems, the Family and Education Institute of the Russian Academy of Education
 
Services to families with small children as one of the areas in the development of children’s rights framework
A.M. Marova, Director of the Charitable Foundation for Social Orphanhood Prevention, Head of the Association of Organisations Active in Infant Abandonment Prevention
 
Implementing interdepartmental coordination tasks with account for the legal status of commissions on juvenile delinquency and in the context of protecting the rights of minors
G.S. Vasiliyeva, Chief Specialist / Executive Secretary of the Department for Commissions on Juvenile Delinquency and the Rights of Minors at the Office of the Krasnoyarsk Territory Government
 
High rates of child mortality from external causes as a national problem
I.I. Shurygina, Senior Researcher at the Institute of Social Science of the Russian Academy of Sciences
 
Presentation of Protected Childhood project’s new interactive Internet portal, DETSTVO-DIALOG.RU, was held after the round table discussion.
 
The presentation team included: 
 
A.M. Spivak, Vice President of the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Moscow
N.V. Kostenko, Deputy Director of the Territorial Crisis Centre for Men government-funded social support organization, Barnaul
D.S. Glukhov, Public Relations Manager, the National Foundation for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, Moscow
 

Photos by Dmitry Belanovsky


 
 
 

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