Coordinating Efforts: State, Business, Private Foundations, and NGOs for Children in Need of Help
Modern collaboration requires changes in the usual patterns employed for organizing childcare in various difficult life situations. There has been a significant shift in institutional activities in terms of protecting the interests of children. National projects today move towards more effective help for children. Best practices accumulated by both private and public structures possess great potential for broadcasting. A transformation in the role of the state in social support for children, subsidizing of programmes and projects, resource cooperation, and pooling of efforts will all bring overall improvement in everyone’s best interests.
‒ What factors will determine the success of collaborative efforts between the state and private sector?
‒ What will serve as the basis for a partnership in children’s best interests?
‒ What measures will advance the joint agenda in the near future?
‒ What could be the most effective models and formats for cooperation between sectors?
‒ Digital models of joint activities: pros and cons
‒ What future awaits us – a portrait of success
Vladimir Yablonskiy, Заместитель председателя правления, Фонд поддержки детей, находящихся в трудной жизненной ситуации
Marina Abramova, Vice President, Eksmo-AST Publishing Group; Chairman of the Regional Development Committee, Russian Book Union
Anna Bitova, Director, Center for Curative Pedagogics
Yulianna Viner, Member of the Board of Trustees, Charitable Foundation for Support of Socially Vulnerable People Life is a Miracle
Marina Gordeeva, Chairman of the Management Board, Fund for Support Children in Difficult Situation
Faina Zakharova, President, Life Line Charity Foundation for Saving Seriously Ill Children
Yuliya Zimova, President, Interregional Public Organization of Social Assistance to Children Our Children
Lenara Ivanova, Acting Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Bashkortostan
Sergey Rybalchenko, General Director, ANO "Institute for Scientific Public Expertise"
Elena Feoktistova, Managing Director of Corporate Responsibility, Sustainable Development and Social Entrepreneurship Directorate, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP)
Artem Shadrin, Director, Department of Social Development Innovations, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation