The Development of Child Protection Systems in the Post-Soviet States : A Twenty Five Years Perspective /

This book provides an understanding of how systems of child protection evolve in disparate cultural, social and economic contexts. Using the former Soviet Union as a starting point, it examines how 13 countries have developed, defined and evolved their system of protecting children and providing ser...

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Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Other Authors: Earner, Ilze (Editor,, Telitsyna, Alexandra (Editor,
Format: eBook
Published: Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2021.
Edition:1st ed. 2021.
Series:Child Maltreatment, Contemporary Issues in Research and Policy, 12
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1. Armenia (Lilit Asoyan)
  • Chapter 2. Azerbaijan (Rashad Huseynov and Farida Abbasova)
  • Chapter 3. Estonia (Inna Klaos)
  • Chapter 4. Georgia (Nino Chikhladze, Nata Kazakhashvili, Nino Chkhaberidze and Nato Pitskhelauri)
  • Chapter 5. Kazakhkstan (Aigerim Musabalieva)
  • Chapter 6. Krygyzstan (Ashimova Chinara)
  • Chapter 7. Latvia (Ilona Kronberga and Arta Jalili Idrissi)
  • Chapter 8. Moldova (Domnika Gynu)
  • Chapter 9. Russia (Galina Semya)
  • Chapter 10. Tajikistan (Mikhail Petrushkov)
  • Chapter 11. Turkmenistan (Shohrat Orazov)
  • Chapter 12. Ukraine (Galina Bevz, Tatyana Melnychuk, Yulia Melnychuk, Nadezhda Kondratyuk and Yulia Udovenko)
  • Chapter 13. Uzbekistan (Victoria Alekseeva and Ganieva Marifat)
  • Index.