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Hyppölä, Oona-Maaria; Hyppölä, Anniina - University of Helsinki, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Social Research1 Dec 2018

This thesis takes a range of Russian Children’s Villages as its case study in an attempt to investigate foster parents’ perceptions of parenting and thus shed light on the present-day development of the alternative care system in Russia.

BBC News29 Nov 2018

This video from BBC News features Russian writer Tamara Cheremnova who was born with Cerebral Palsy and placed in an orphanage as a child.

Lee Mannion - Thomson Reuters Foundation19 Oct 2018

Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova has been campaigning for the prevention of institutionalization of children with disabilities and speaks about her efforts in this interview by Thomas Reuters Foundation.

Eleanor Bindman, Meri Kulmala, Elena Bogdanova - Governance3 Oct 2018

This article explores the issue of the major reform of the child welfare sector that has been carried out in Russia in recent years.

Eleanor Bindman, Meri Kulmala, Elena Bogdanova - Governance3 Oct 2018

This article explores the issue of the major reform of the child welfare sector that has been carried out in Russia in recent years.

McCall RB, Groark CJ, Hawk BN, Julian MM, Merz EC, Rosas JM, Muhamedrahimov RJ, Palmov OI, Nikiforova NV - Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review8 Sep 2018

This study reviews a series of interrelated studies on the development of children residing in institutions (i.e., orphanages) in the Russian Federation or placed with families in the USA and the Russian Federation.

Better Care Network3 Jul 2018

This country care review includes the care related Concluding Observations adopted by the Committee on the Rights of the Child and the Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.

Brandi N. Hawk, Robert B. Mccall, Christina J. Groark, Rifkat J. Muhamedrahimov, Oleg I. Palmov, Natalia V. Nikiforova - nfant Mental Health Journal28 Jun 2018

The current study from the Infant Mental Health Journal addressed whether two institution‐wide interventions in St. Petersburg, Russian Federation, that increased caregiver sensitivity (Training Only: TO) or both caregiver sensitivity and consistency (Training plus Structural Changes: T+SC) promoted better socioemotional and cognitive development than did a No Intervention (NoI) institution during the first year of life for children who were placed soon after birth.

Kaitlin Martin - Human Rights Watch5 Mar 2018

Seven boys at an institution for children with disabilities in the Chelyabinsk region of south-central Russia have reportedly been sexually abused by staff and visitors at the orphanage, according to this article from Human Rights Watch.

Ovcharenko L.Yu., Doroshenko T.N - ЧЕЛОВЕЧЕСКИЙ КАПИТАЛ1 Jan 2018

The article deals with the problem of socialization of orphan children in the process of relationships between the individual and a society based on the implementation of existing individual features in social learning, self-knowledge and self-realization, that provides in turn social knowledge, social skills and social experience of the individual.

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