21 / 02 / 2017
Do You Want Your Child To Go To school? Welcome To Court!
Despite the decision of the Supreme Court dated August 27, 2015 which explained Decree # 32 of the Ministry of Education and Science “On Statement of Admission for Studying on Educational Programs of Primary General, Basic General and Secondary Education”, schools keep denying foreign children admission citing this very decree.more >>
21 / 12 / 2016
School Principals, Don’t Be Afraid to Teach Children!
School principals from different regions who talked to Civic Assistance complained about being pressured by migration services when it came to admittance or study continuation for children with unsettled migration statuses or no registration (either registration at the place of stay or residence).more >>
06 / 09 / 2016
New Project: Integration Kindergarten SAVA
Our colleagues from the Children’s Center are launching a new project: the integration kindergarten SAVA. The project is lead by Ekaterina Kokorina, who for many years was the director of the Center for Adaptation and Training of refugee children and since then has been constantly engaged in assisting children of migrants and refugees. You can support the project on Planeta.ru website.more >>
25 / 08 / 2016
Access to Education
Пока мы рассказываем последние новости нашей борьбы за доступ к образованию на пресс-конференции в Сахаровском центре, вы можете ознакомиться с основными тезисами по теме. Их подготовил сотрудник Комитета «Гражданское содействие» Константин Троицкий, курирующий вопрос доступа к образованию.more >>
17 / 06 / 2016
Yes Is For Da
In March Civic Assistance Committee opened Russian language courses for Syrian refugee children and adults in the town of Noginsk located near Moscow. Refugees are taught Russian and a litlle of Arabic and English. We visited Noginsk and talked to courses’ teachers.more >>
03 / 03 / 2016
Children Without Registration May Not Get To First Grade
The public services portal of Moscow region published a form for enrolment of children in the first grade. It is indicated in the from that for school enrolment a child must possess a temprorary or permanent registration in Moscow region. This is a direct violation of the Constitution and the Federal Law “On Education”, which says, that the lack of registation can not be a ground for refusal.more >>
09 / 12 / 2015
Syrian children are being admitted to schools of Noginsk (town in the Moscow region).
Human rights activists’ efforts have been finally crowned with success; Syrian children are being admitted to schools of Noginsk (town in the Moscow region). Thus, on November 25, little Fatema has been enrolled in the second grade of school №17. And on Monday, December 7, two other children have been admitted to school №9. However, difficulties are not over yet. In particular, the Department of Education of Noginsk continues to impede children’s school enrollment.more >>