The social and economic chaos of post-reform Russia has led to a flood of runaway children, many of whom are resorting to prostitution, stealing, and begging in order to survive. As their numbers swell, government and nonprofit organizations are struggling to find effective solutions by JOHN D. VAROLI BESPRIZORNIKI (STREET children) and detpriemniki (police detention […]

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