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RAPSI,

"The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the judicial practice in cases of international adoption," says this article from the Russian Legal Information Agency (RAPSI).

E. V. Bakhvalova, A. V. Miklyaeva - Integration of Education,

The study sought to reveal socio-psychological factors of successful integration of institutionalized adolescents into mainstream schools.

Dekina E.V., Kulikova T.I., Shalaginova K.S. - PSYCHOLOGY,

Цель исследования состоит в изучении проблем психологической адаптации биологических детей в приемной семье и возможности детско-родительского клуба в их преодолении.

Meri Kulmala, Maija Jäppinen, Anna Tarasenko, Anna Pivovarova,

This book provides new and empirically grounded research-based knowledge and insights into the current transformation of the Russian child welfare system. It focuses on the major shift in Russia’s child welfare policy: deinstitutionalisation of the system of children’s homes inherited from the Soviet era and an increase in fostering and adoption.

Andrew Roth - The Guardian,

"As many as 1,000 babies born to surrogate mothers in Russia for foreign families have been left stranded in the country by the coronavirus pandemic and closure of international borders," says this article from the Guardian.

Sofia An & Meri Kulmala - Global Social Policy,

This article compares how the global policy of deinstitutionalisation (DI) of child welfare travelled, was translated and institutionalised in two post-Soviet countries – Russia and Kazakhstan.

Anna Tarasenko - Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space,

This chapter traces and explains responses to deinstitutionalisation reforms in the Russian regions. Three parallel policy shifts are taken into account: deinstitutionalisation (DI), public sector reform, and social provision reform.

Meri Kulmala, Zhanna Chernova, Anna Fomina - Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space,

This chapter analyses the educational choices and decisions of young people who have recently transitioned from alternative care to independent living in North-West Russia.

Larisa Shpakovskaya, Zhanna Chernova - Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space,

In this chapter of Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space, the authors analyse how children in foster care in Russia perceive their experiences in foster families through the use of biographies.

Meri Kulmala, Maija Jäppinen, Anna Tarasenko, Anna Pivovarova - Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space,

The authors of this chapter from Reforming Child Welfare in the Post-Soviet Space introduce the ongoing child welfare reforms in Russia and consider the international and national context, as well as the main drivers of these reforms and their current results.