Special edition of the program is devoted to Russian children homeless.
The program includes interviews with children and young people of St.
Petersburg, with the employees trust the phone, first aid and other social services, a story about immigrant children from Grozny.
Is it easy to live and survive on the street.
What pushes children to vagrancy with living parents.
Why children run away from orphanages and foster families.
Commune in an abandoned apartment: internal regulations, rights and responsibilities.
What is more humiliating - begging or deception.
Relations with the police, janitors, social workers.
There is a fundamental difference between the homeless from various cities.
Why is the number of homeless children in the country once again rose to the level of the Civil War.
The impact of war on the psychological state of children.
Do the homeless about the future - dreams, desires and goals.
Sereda V. - MD, professor, social activist, UNICEF consultant.
Calendar: 11.1996 30.12.1996
Locations: St. Petersburg  The Chechen Republic  Kemerovo region