The UK and their opposition of the deinstitutionalisation movement

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Remember this article? https://researchingreform.net/2018/05/03/charity-labels-all-children-in-care-future-criminals/ It was published by Researching Reform over a year ago, when I noted Natasha about the offensive texts UK-based charity Love Russia used for their campaigns. Now we are about a year forward in time, I got noted by a British friend about a 2-year-old article, which makes that act seem…

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Orphans and their problems in Ukraine and Russia [2018 version]

By Vadim Dovganyuk

The problem for orphans in Ukraine and Russia When you hear Ukraine and Russia in 1 sentence, it is most often about the ongoing conflict in Eastern Ukraine and how either Ukraine or Russia is bad.While this happens, there are very few who dare to notice the impact this conflict has on both sides children,…

Twitter’s Fake Children and their Destructive Campaigns

By Vadim Dovganyuk

I tend to stand against a lot of so-called children accounts at Twitter, and that is not without a reason. Something we see increasingly becoming “popular” are children accounts that are based in some “bad location” and tell a sob story. It most certainly will sound cruel of me that I call it a sob story,…

Let everyone believe their beliefs

By Vadim Dovganyuk

Beliefs, we all have them, we all express them, yet most of us, do not accept others to have them. Things we believe in are always personal, even though many will call religion non-personal, as to many a group believes in the same beliefs… It is still no different then believing an alien abducted you…