Children-404 project falls afoul of "gay propaganda" law
The Civic Chamber has asked TV channels to create shows about adoption
A Russian reporter sees her country through the eyes of British media
RBTH correspondents spent a day with Dr Kaplya (Drop) and Dr Sova (Owl), volunteers from the Doctor Clown Foundation
Experts attempt to explain shocking results of nationwide assessment
Orthodox Christmas is just a family holiday for many Russians, however some people still go to church
The reluctance to issue the ‘one’ limits teachers to four potential marks
These children’s shows are held across Russia in the last days of December
What presents do Russian children hope Grandfather Frost will bring them?
The author of “Anna and the Hermitage Cats” talks about the story behind the children’s book.
November 20 saw the opening of the Masterslavl amusement park, a mini-model of a city where children can master different professions in a simulated environment.
November 12, 2014, marked the 85th anniversary of of director Rolan Bykov, whose name would become a symbol of children’s cinema
The main investigative department of the Russian Investigative Committee has started a preliminary inquiry into reports on the removal of children from Russian families in Norway
Stories from around the world in Soviet children’s literature
RBTH cartoonist Natalia Mikhaylenko gives you all the necessary vocabulary you need to flight into space
RBTH asked people in the streets of Moscow if it’s worth sending Russian children to study abroad
Institutes for ‘noble maidens’ revive tsarist traditions of education